New York Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations

Wrongful Death Cases

A statute of limitations restricts the amount of time a person has to file a lawsuit. These laws vary between states and by case type. In New York wrongful death cases, the claimant has two years from the date of death to file a lawsuit. Failure to file within this time period will prohibit the individual from ever filing a lawsuit and seeking compensation for their loss.

If you have lost a loved one in New York, it's important to speak with our wrongful death lawyers as soon as possible to ensure the New York wrongful death statute of limitations does not expire. The wrongful death attorneys at Block O'Toole & Murphy realize that making practical decisions during the grieving process is difficult. We will thoroughly handle all aspects of your case so that you are allowed time to recover while we focus on protecting your legal rights. To speak with our New York wrongful death attorneys about your potential claim, complete our free case review form on this page.

The New York wrongful death attorneys at Block O'Toole & Murphy have dedicated their practice to protecting the rights of those who were injured or lost a loved one in New York. We have obtained a number of impressive verdicts and settlements, including a $2,558,000 wrongful death recovery for a family who lost a loved one in a motor vehicle accident. Our wrongful death lawyers in New York are committed to seeking justice on behalf of individuals, such as this 32-year-old textile worker who was wrongfully killed, and have the resources and experience needed to handle your claim. To contact us today, click the link below to complete our FREE, no-obligation case evaluation form.

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