Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses Bringing a Claim Forward if a Child Dies
- As in any death case, a deceased child’s estate may bring a claim on behalf of the individual; however, in the case of a child, an estate must be set up because infants are not likely to have a will.
- An administrator is established for the deceased child’s estate and that parent is permitted to bring the claim.
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This short informational legal video was provided by Robert Maranto, an experienced Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer