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Wrongful Death Attorneys in Florida
Whether you are struggling with the loss of a family member from a vehicle collision, a work accident, or while he or she was undergoing medical care, we want to discuss your tragic circumstances, so your voice can be heard inside and outside the courtroom.
Our Miami Dade County wrongful death attorneys know the grief and pain from your loss is devastating, and we want to help with what is to come. Unfortunately, family members are often blindsided by the financial impact of their loved one’s death and are too overwhelmed to know what to do next. We can help you move forward by providing legal solutions that pursue real financial results.
We know that no amount of money will bring your loved one back, but it may help you take the time you need to fully grieve with your family, so you can get your life back.
Contact us now to learn more about how we customize our legal strategies to meet each of our client’s unique wrongful death needs.
How Do Most Wrongful Deaths Occur in Florida?
Negligence in any form can and will lead to serious accidents, injuries, and — tragically — fatalities.
If you have lost a loved one to negligence in Florida, contact our experienced wrongful death attorneys in Miami today, so we can begin preserving the evidence necessary to investigate your claim and pursue real results for you and your family.
What Type of Financial Compensation Can I Pursue During a Florida Wrongful Death Claim?
If you lost a loved one to negligence in Florida – no matter how it occurred – you may be entitled to pursue the liable party for financial recovery for your damages.
Each wrongful death case is unique, which is why it is important to discuss the circumstances of your loss with our skilled Miami personal injury attorneys.
We will outline your complete financial recovery needs, which may include:
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Lost wages and benefits
- Value of support and services
- Loss of companionship, guidance, and protection
In Florida, the family member who is eligible to pursue a wrongful death claim is often the beneficiary named in the deceased’s will.
If a beneficiary does not exist, the court will appoint a representative, which may include the deceased’s spouse, children, or parents.
If you have questions about your eligibility to file a wrongful death claim in Florida, we have answers. Contact our committed wrongful death attorneys in Miami today for a free consultation to learn more about your legal rights and options to pursue the best outcome for your family’s loss.
Is There a Statute of Limitations for Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in Florida?
Eligible family members or estate representatives have two years to file a wrongful death claim in the state of Florida.
The sooner you can speak with our skilled personal injury attorneys, the quicker we can preserve the necessary evidence to help strengthen your case and pursue the negligent party who is liable for their death.
Contact Our Compassionate Wrongful Death Attorneys in Florida for a Free Case Evaluation Today
If you lost a loved one to negligence in Florida, contact our experienced wrongful death attorneys in Miami at Morgan Law Group to schedule a free consultation today by calling (786) 206-8807 to learn more about your financial recovery opportunities.
Our clients never pay for our services unless we successfully obtain financial compensation for their injuries. Call us now to learn more.