Atlantic Cnty Wrongful Death

Atlantic County New Jersey Wrongful Death Lawyer

Joseph Monaco, 2nd Generation Trial Lawyer

Call me at 609-277-3166

wrongful death lawyer in atlantic countyThe decision to pursue a Atlantic County, New Jersey Wrongful Death Claim as you are in the process of grieving over the loss of a family member can be very traumatic.  However, it is extremely important not to delay the hiring of a lawyer because wrongful death cases need to be investigated as soon as possible before evidence is lost or destroyed.  Big corporations and insurance companies begin their investigations immediately following a loss because they know it is to their advantage.  Don’t delay and make their advantage even greater.    A loved one wrongfully killed can never be replaced but monetary compensation can help offset the financial hardships you and other family members are now facing.  If you believe a loved one has been wrongfully killed, call me, Joseph Monaco, Atlantic County Wrongful Death Lawyer, to learn your rights and receive guidance in how to achieve justice for your loss.

An Atlantic County Wrongful Death case is very different from a criminal case.  In fact, criminal charges are not filed by the Prosecutors’s Office in vast majority of wrongful death cases.  For he family to recover, it must be shown that the defendant was reckless or careless in causing the death.  The burden of proof in a civil wrongful death case is by the “preponderance of evidence,” not beyond a reasonable doubt as would be the case in a criminal trail.  Preponderance means that it is more likely true than not true that the Defendant’s actions caused the wrongful death.

Atlantic County New Jersey Wrongful Death Compensation:

The needless death of a spouse or parent can led to financial hardships especially if the victim was the primary wage earner for the family.  Monetary compensation can help offset the losses with financial compensation for such things as medical bills and loss of future income.  You may also recover the financial contributions the victim would have provided to his or her family such as childcare or college tuition.  Certain family members can also recover the monetary value of lost services, assistance, care, training, guidance, advice, counsel or companionship the victim would have provided in the future but for the wrongful death.  Call me Toll-Free at 855-Joe-Legal for a Free Consultation offering my over 25 years of experience as a New Jersey Trial Lawyer.  I offer the No Recovery, No Fee Guarantee.

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