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Putnam County’s Wrongful Death Attorney

If you've suffered the loss of a loved one as a result of personal injury or medical malpractice, laws exist to prevent this emotional pain from also becoming a financial tragedy for your family.
As with many legal claims, there is a limited amount of time that you have to pursue a claim and the best advice is to contact a lawyer as soon as possible. Attorney, Gregory W. Bagen has been helping families for almost 40 years and has built a reputation not only for his legal knowledge, but his compassion and genuine concern for his clients. He and his staff will be by your side throughout the process, ensuring that you are always kept informed of the progress of your case.

Contact us today if you think you may have the right to seek damages for the death of a loved one.

What is Wrongful Death?

By definition, wrongful death is a civil action in which damages are sought against a party for causing a death due to his or her negligence, medical malpractice, deliberate or reckless behavior or other reasons. In the event of such an occurrence, the surviving family is able to file a wrongful death lawsuit, so that they may collect damages for their loved one’s untimely death.

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Recent Blog Posts

Over $40 million collected on behalf of clients.
Attorney Bagen successfully negotiated a settlement with the Town of North Salem for his client who had suffered serious injuries after a dead tree fell on her car.
Attorney Bagen secured a Wrongful Death verdict on behalf of the widow of the victim in a motorcycle accident.
Attorney Bagen secured a jury verdict for an accident victim who suffered serious injuries in a car accident.
Attorney Bagen secured a significant verdict for his client that lost control of her vehicle as a result of materials falling from the back of a construction truck, that had not been secured properly.
Attorney Bagen represented an accident victim who had slipped and fallen while entering a railroad car.