Wrongful Death

Syracuse Wrongful Death Attorney, New York Fatal Accident Lawyer


When a loved one has been killed in an accident due to the negligence of an individual or business, life for the survivors will never be the same. While no amount of money can bring the deceased back, legal action can hold those accountable for the harm they caused. Taking legal action can also help give your family the resources necessary to move forward after a fatal injury.

At The Stanley Law Offices, with locations in Pennsylvania and Central New York, we help the families of wrongful death victims. We’re a team of experienced trial lawyers who’ve achieved a record of success handling these serious cases. We are well-respected for our success. In fact, one of our partners, Joe Stanley, is Board Certified in Civil Trial Practice by the American Board of Trial Advocacy.*

Wrongful death occurs unexpectedly and in a wide range of accident circumstances:

Wrongful Death Lawsuits

In a wrongful death lawsuit, your lawyer must usually prove that your loved one was killed as the result of another’s negligent actions. Your lawyer must also show that the surviving family is entitled to monetary damages because of those actions.

At The Stanley Law Offices, we take wrongful death cases seriously. When necessary, we’ll work with experts and investigators, taking every action possible within the bounds of the law to help your wrongful death lawsuit be successful.

With six office locations, including Syracuse, Binghamton, Rochester and Watertown, New York, as well as Montrose, Pennsylvania, we offer convenient access to the legal help you depend on.

Contact Us

If you or someone you care about has been injured on someone else’s property, the best way to take action is to talk with a premises liability attorney. To schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer at The Stanley Law Offices, contact us toll free at 800.608.3333 or 800.372.3760. Se habla español.

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