Wrongful Death Lawyers
One of life’s most tragic moments is the unexpected death of a love one. Not only is the deceased family in unbearable grief but they are often in a financial crisis.
These are only a few of the problems you have to deal with and are left wondering:
- Who Can Help Me? A: We Can.
- How Quickly Can I Receive Help? A: Immediately. Call Us Now.
- What Will It Cost To Hire A Lawyer? A: No Upfront Cost.
Step #1: Take Immediate Action
- Contact us, 24/7, for a free Wrongful Death consultation guaranteed with the firm’s personal injury attorney.
- We guarantee that in your first consultation with the firm’s personal injury attorney we will explain the entire process of handling your Wrongful Death case and answer all of your questions.
- The consultation is guaranteed to be scheduled immediately with an attorney to discuss your Wrongful Death (at no cost).
- We offer consultations over the phone, in the firm’s office, at your house, hospital or any other place that is convenient.
- Click here to get detailed answers on the most frequently asked questions related to a Wrongful Death claim.
STEP #2: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
- In Florida, the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death claim is two (2) Years from date of the death.
- In order to make a claim or file a lawsuit for wrongful death, a probate needs to be started and a personal representative appointed to make decisions on behalf of the decedent.
- A spouse, child, parent, dependent blood relatives and child born out of wedlock can make a claim.
- You do not pay any money upfront to retainer to us. You only pay if you receive compensation at the time the case is settled.
- If the insurance company does not make a fair and reasonable offer, than we will file a lawsuit.
STEP #3: DAMAGES YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO RECOVER
- Funeral Expenses
- Loss of Consortium
- Past, Present and Future Loss Wages
- Medical Expenses
- Emotional Pain & Suffering
- Property and Personal Damages
- Punitive Damages (under special circumstances)
- And Other Damages as Allowed By the Law