Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses Bringing a Claim Forward if a Child Dies

Clients will come and see me as a Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer, and ask if they can bring forward a claim if their child dies in an accident.

  • 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.

Are you looking to bring forward a claim for the death of your child?  Contact experienced Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer Robert Maranto to fight for you.

This short informational legal video was provided by Robert Maranto, an experienced Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer.

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