Philadelphia Lawyers For Wrongful Death Survivors

We Fight For Families Who Have Lost Loved Ones To Murder, Homicide And Accidental Death

Losing a loved one unexpectedly is one of the worst things a family can experience. When the death was caused by a preventable act of violence, the loss is even more difficult to bear. In the aftermath of such a tragedy, it can be hard to think about the future. With our help, however, you can determine what you will need in the years to come and discover a path to healing.

The lawyers at Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., understand that you are facing a difficult time. We have represented many families in wrongful death cases. You can rely on us for compassionate, experienced legal counsel as we work to recover the full and fair compensation you deserve.

Attorney Jeffrey Fritz leads our practice in violent crime victims' cases. He is familiar with the needs of victims and families. He is a diligent investigator, and he knows how to get justice. Mr. Fritz is a charter member and past president of the National Crime Victim Bar Association, an affiliate of the National Center for Victims of Crime.

"When it came time to find a lawyer who would make a claim for the wrongful death of our son and who would fight for the legal rights and future of our young grandson, we found attorney Jeff Fritz and Soloff & Zervanos. Jeff is an excellent lawyer and a good friend in times of need."
-Larry and Belinda Franklin

To schedule a free confidential consultation with one of our attorneys in Philadelphia, Allentown, Lancaster, Reading or Cherry Hill, please call 215-392-4217 or 800-724-2323.

Helping Your Family Move Forward

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 50,000 people in the U.S. die every year from injuries caused by violent crimes. Homicide is the second leading cause of death for people between ages 15 and 24 and is the third leading cause of death for people between ages 1-4 and 25-34.

These statistics reveal a disturbing trend of violence. While the individual offenders are certainly responsible for their actions, there are often third parties involved who may have prevented the crime if they had not been negligent. Depending on the details of the case, there may be multiple liable parties such as employers and property owners.

Families that lose loved ones to wrongful death may be entitled to compensation for:

  • Medical bills
  • Funeral expenses
  • Income the deceased would have earned
  • Compensation for the personal loss of a loved one

We know how to calculate the full value of your family's losses and fight for the amount of compensation you need.

We Are Crime Victim Survivors' Attorneys

For a free confidential consultation, please call 215-392-4217 or 800-724-2323, or contact us online.