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Pennsylvania Wrongful Death Lawyer

If you have experienced the unexpected loss of a loved one due to the negligence of another person or as a result of a dangerous working environment or defective product, you may be eligible to file a wrongful death lawsuit to recover financial compensation. While a lawsuit may not return the life of the victim, it can bring comfort to grieving family members and dependents, with the knowledge that those liable for the incident are being held accountable for their actions.

There is nothing that could be done to make me more happy with my case and my attorney…
– Client of Schmidt Kramer

The team at Schmidt Kramer can help to answer any legal questions that you may have that are related to the incident and we handle every case with compassion, professionalism, and discretion. To speak to a lawyer today about your potential lawsuit, call (717) 888-8888 or fill out a Free Case Consultation form and a member from our legal team will be in contact with you shortly.

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How Can a Lawyer Help?

Wrongful death claims that are handled by a lawyer generally obtain larger financial compensation compared to those that do not have legal representation.

At Schmidt Kramer, we understand that nothing can take away the pain that you and your family may have experienced as a result of the unexpected loss of a loved one. However, we can help you and your family get the justice and compensation you are eligible to receive. Our lawyers have a reputation for handling complex litigation and have a comprehensive knowledge of the laws in Pennsylvania that may be applicable to your wrongful death lawsuit.

It’s free to talk to a lawyer about your potential case and if you do have a case, there is no obligation to hire us. Should you wish to proceed with our legal team, we charge no upfront fees and we only get paid when we obtain a recovery on your behalf.

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Recovering Financial Compensation

If the deceased was the primary income earner of a household, the financial impact can have a significant effect on families and other dependents. Those who wish to file a wrongful death claim may be eligible to file a damages lawsuit to obtain compensation for:

  • Loss of future wages
  • Pain and suffering
  • Medical bills and burial expenses
  • Loss of consortium
  • … and more.

It’s important to note that as every case is different, it can be difficult to determine the value of a case without knowing the specific details associated with it. Wrongful death litigation can be complicated however, we understand that you may have legal questions and we can help you find the answers.

We offer a free consultation with a lawyer at our firm to help determine if you have a case and we are ready to help review the details of your claim today.

Time Limits To Filing a PA Lawsuit

Depending on the state, the decedent’s spouse, children or parents may bring forth a wrongful death lawsuit. In Pennsylvania, the statute of limitations is two years, which means you have two years from when the death occurred to file a claim.

Contact a Wrongful Death Lawyer Today

Knowing that your interests are being protected and that the rights of your deceased loved one are being defended can be an important part of the grieving process for family members and loved ones.

At Schmidt Kramer, our wrongful death lawyers understand how to build a strong argument for your wrongful death lawsuit and we have a full support staff to help obtain any additional information that we may need during the course of litigation. We also have the capacity to hire industry experts and other resources to further reinforce your case.

To learn more, we welcome you to call (717) 888-8888 and speak to a lawyer today or, fill out our “Free Case Consultation” form and a member from our legal team will contact you shortly. We offer a free, initial consultation, there are no upfront fees if we take on your case and we only get paid when we obtain a recovery.

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