Financial and emotional challenges are common after losing a loved one. The wrongful death attorneys at McCoy & McCoy understand that you want justice, and we will work to ensure you receive fair and just compensation for the harm you suffered through the loss of your loved one. No one should have to lose someone at the hands of a negligent act, or other avoidable reasons.
If you have lost a loved one through the fault of another party, you may have a wrongful death case. You want to work with an attorney you can trust and rely on to address your case. If you are in Hartford or anywhere throughout Connecticut, McCoy & McCoy can help you determine if you have a case and what it might be worth. Let our professionals make sure your lawsuit is handled correctly to provide you with the best opportunities for settlement and closure.
Frank McCoy Jr. is an attorney who specializes in wrongful death cases. He and the team at McCoy & McCoy know that every case is unique, and they will work to ensure they maximize the compensation for their Hartford area clients. For 20 years, Frank has focused his efforts on representing victims of motor vehicle accidents and wrongful death cases. He understands the importance of justice for your loved one and fair and just compensation for the pain you have suffered.
As a Hartford attorney specializing in wrongful death cases, Frank McCoy Jr. dedicates his time to helping those who have lost loved ones to tragedy and negligence. If your loved one has been killed in an accident, by a faulty product, or through other negligent actions, working with Frank can provide an opportunity for fair and just compensation and closure.
You have two years from the date of the death and five years from the initial injury to file a lawsuit for compensation. While we understand that there are other concerns and priorities regarding the death of your loved one, we don’t want you to miss your opportunity for proper compensation. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation, and we can discuss your wrongful death case.