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Who Can Sue for Wrongful Death in New Jersey?
Who Can Sue for Wrongful Death in New Jersey?

In New Jersey, only the decedent’s personal representative (or executor) can sue for wrongful death . Nevertheless, the wrongful death lawsuit will benefit the decedent’s spouse, children, grandchildren, parents, siblings, nieces, and/or nephews – depending on who is ...

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