Navigating Wrongful Death Cases
Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Surviving Family Members in Florida
There are no matters more serious than cases of wrongful death. When a life is lost due to negligence, often there are criminal charges applicable to those responsible, leaving loved ones thinking that a guilty verdict will be the end of this matter. However, criminal trials do not provide compensation for this loss. Civil action against the negligent parties may be possible, whether there is a criminal charge addressing the incident or not.
Our team at The Florida Law Group has more than 100 years of collective experience in practicing personal injury law. We have become all too familiar with the emotional and financial devastation that can come in cases of wrongful death. That is why we have made it our mission to resolve these cases in a way that honors the deceased and provides for loved ones mourning their loss. If you have lost a loved one to negligence, we are here to help you in any way that we can.
What can be Included in a Wrongful Death Claim?
No amount of money can ever bring back the loss of a loved one, but this should not discourage families from considering legal action. Wrongful death suits are not only designed to compensate for pain and suffering, but also the tangible holes that the deceased has left with their absence.
Wrong death suits can include compensation for:
- Pain and anguish of loved ones
- Associated medical bills
- Funeral expenses
- Lost wages and future earnings
- Loss of services, such as medical insurance
Other terms of compensation may be applicable depending on your circumstances. What every wrongful death suit does have in common, however, is the need for sharp and incisive legal counsel unafraid of litigation. Often these cases are brought against companies and larger entities who have considerable legal resources.
The Florida Law Group: Serving Clients in Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, Pasco County & Polk County
The Florida Law Group is not deterred by the possibility of going to court. We are prepared to stand beside you, ensure the gravity of your loved one’s death is properly asserted to a judge and jury, and pursue the compensation you deserve. We handle cases on a contingency fee basis, which means we do not charge legal fees if we do not recover compensation on your behalf. If you live in Polk County, Pasco County, Pinellas County, and Hillsborough County, our firm can assist you with your legal needs.
Speak with our Tampa wrongful death attorneys as soon as possible about your case.