Buffalo Accident Lawyer on Bringing a Claim Forward if a Child Dies

As an experienced Buffalo Accident Lawyer, I speak to people who have been effected by an injury that takes a child’s life.  As in any death case, the deceased person’s estate is permitted to bring a claim on behalf of the  individual – regardless of whether that individual is a child or an adult. In the case of a child, an estate must be set up because as infants, they are not likely to have a will. There’s no need for it. Once an administrator or administratrix is established for the deceased child’s estate – usually one of the parents – that parent is permitted to bring the claim.

Have you been affected by the death of a child caused by an accident?  Contact experienced Buffalo Accident Lawyer Robert Maranto to fight for what’s right.

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