New Jersey Wrongful Death Attorneys
If you’ve lost a loved one, we understand that you will never be fully compensated for your loss.
The loss of a loved one’s affections, companionship, and support cannot be fully covered in financial terms. At the Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Law Office of Andrew A. Ballerini, we will advocate to get justice for you and your loved one through a wrongful death lawsuit. To find out how you can recover damages, call one of our lawyers at 856-665-7140 to schedule a free initial consultation.
Helping You Recover Money For Your Loss
What amount of money can compensate you for the negligent death of a family member? We do not try to place a monetary value on their lives, but try to deter these types of accidents from occurring again and helping you deal with the financial consequences of your loss.
With over thirty years of combined legal experience, our attorneys have successfully obtained compensation for the wrongful death of a family member by filing a wrongful death claim. Typical awards include compensation for:
- Medical/funeral expenses
- Your family members anticipated lifetime earnings
- Emotional pain and suffering
- Your loss of their companionship
- Potential punitive damages
The Pain and Suffering of Your Loved One
No one wants to think of their family member suffering before their death. Under New Jersey’s Survivorship Act, you are entitled to additional damages for pain and suffering felt by your family member prior to their death. Despite the difficulty in thinking about this fact, it can greatly increase the jury’s award in your wrongful death lawsuit. At the Law Office of Andrew A. Ballerini, we employ forensic pathologists, doctors, and witnesses to prove the pain suffered. In one case, we recovered a $540,000 verdict for pain and suffering before death.
To speak to a lawyer at the Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Law Office of Andrew A. Ballerini, call 856-665-7140. Contact us today to set up a free initial consultation about your case. We will fight to get justice for your loss.