New York City Wrongful Death Lawyer


Suddenly and unexpectedly losing a loved one can be a catastrophic, tragic experience for any family. But when a relative’s death was caused by the negligent and wrongful acts of another, it can leave a family feeling angry at the fact that their loved one suffered a wrongful and entirely preventable death.

In addition to feelings of grief and sadness, a family may also experience financial and personal difficulties at losing their relative’s companionship, society, guidance, and financial and household contributions.

At Finz & Finz, P.C., our wrongful death lawyers in New York City understand that no amount of money can help bring your family member back. However, we believe that your family deserves compensation to seek justice for your family member and to help with the process of grieving and getting your lives back to some semblance of normal after your relative’s passing.

We diligently work to pursue maximum financial recovery for the families of people who suffer wrongful deaths. Some recent examples include:

  • $5 million verdict for the widow of a truck driver who was killed in a collision with a bus.
  • $2.5 million settlement for the family of a van driver who was killed at a railroad crossing with an inadequate line of sight.
  • Record-setting $22,575,000 verdict for the wrongful death of three children, which included damages for pain and suffering, negligent infliction of emotional distress, and punitive damages.
  • $2.8 million settlement on behalf of a worker who was replacing piping in a commercial boiler when the boiler exploded.
  • $2 million verdict for the family of a heart transplant patient who died when the doctor implanted a new heart that had coronary artery disease.

If your family has lost a loved one due to the negligent or wrongful actions of another, reach out to the New York City wrongful death lawyers at Finz & Finz, P.C. today to schedule a free wrongful death claim evaluation. Speak to our New York City injury attorney and learn more about your family’s legal rights and options for seeking compensation and justice.