Guidance After the Loss of a Loved One

There is no legal remedy for the pain of losing someone close to you. Wrongful death claims can provide some relief from the financial burden of a loss. They can also provide some feeling of closure because you are holding the negligent party responsible for the harm you suffered. Our wrongful death lawyers are here to give you the knowledgeable advice you need after a deadly accident. We have the experience and compassion to help you and your family through this tragedy.

Our firm has extensive experience in wrongful death cases. We help clients in a wide range of cases, including:

  • Fatal car accidents, including drunk driving and distracted driving cases
  • Deaths caused by medical malpractice or substandard medical or nursing care
  • Fatal accidents involving dangerous conditions or negligent security on other people's property
  • Cases involving intentional attacks, such as shootings, stabbings or assaults

Types Of Compensation In Wrongful Death

The financial impact of a wrongful death pales in comparison to the emotional toll it takes on those left behind. It is still important to ensure that you receive full compensation so you can focus on more important things. After a wrongful death, you may be entitled to compensation for:

  • Medical expenses incurred
  • Pain and suffering
  • Funeral expenses
  • Lost future earnings
  • Loss of household services or parental guidance and companionship

The compensation you deserve depends on a number of factors. We work with expert, including economists to make sure that families have the money they need to move forward after the loss of a loved one.

Contact Us Today

From our offices in Miami, we represent families from all over South and Central Florida, including the Florida Keys. If you have lost a loved one and suspect that the death was caused by the negligence or intentional wrongdoing of another, call us at 866-650-1145 for a free consultation. Our lawyers can explain your rights and help you protect your interests after the wrongful death.