You've Lost Enough - You Deserve More
The unexpected death of a loved one can have a devastating impact on family and friends. For immediate family members, the loss of emotional and financial support can be overwhelming.
Although a wrongful death lawsuit cannot undo this loss, it can help ease the financial burden that is often left behind. A wrongful death claim may be filed if your loved one’s death was caused by someone else’s negligence.
South Florida wrongful death lawyer Justin Weinstein can help you recover damages for the death of a loved one.
To learn more about your legal options, fill out our contact form to begin your consultation.
Types of Wrongful Death Claims
Negligence leading to a wrongful death may arise in all sorts of tragic accidents and situations. A wrongful death claim may be filed if the victim’s family believes the death was the consequence of carelessness or negligence, and are able to prove this claim.
Some types of wrongful death claims include:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Accidents at work
- Defective products
- Dangerous prescription medications
- Boating accidents
The sudden loss of a loved one is one of the hardest experiences anyone can go through. Filing a claim is often the last thing on a person’s mind after their loss. Unfortunately, there is a limited timeframe in which a person can file a wrongful death claim, which is why it is important to consider this option.
Consult with wrongful death attorney Justin Weinstein about your legal rights.
Wrongful Death Damages
No amount of compensation can bring back your loved one, but recovering damages can ease the financial burden of funeral expenses, lost income, medical expenses, and more.
- Loss of income
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Medical bills
- Loss of benefits, such as insurance
- Mental anguish
- Loss of companionship
In cases of gross negligence or intentional acts that contributed to the wrongful death, punitive damages may be awarded.
South Florida wrongful death lawyer Justin Weinstein understands the hardships families face after the death of a loved one. Using his knowledge of wrongful death claims, he can help you fight for the fair compensation you deserve.
Who Can File a Claim?
In South Florida, immediate family members can file a claim seeking compensation for a wrongful death. Immediate family members include a spouse, children, and adopted children. Family members, such as parents or guardians of the estate, may also be eligible to file a claim.
If you are unsure if you are entitled to file a claim, contact wrongful death attorney Justin Weinstein. After discussing the specific circumstances of your situation, he can determine if you can file a claim.
In order to demonstrate that you have a valid claim, the following elements are required:
- The individual had a duty of reasonable care to the deceased
- The individual breached that duty
- The individual’s actions led to the death
- The death led to monetary and emotional damages
Recovering damages requires having a skilled and knowledgeable wrongful death lawyer on your side.
Contact a South Florida Wrongful Death Attorney
The legal team at Weinstein Legal will handle your case with professionalism and compassion. After determining if you have a claim, a wrongful death attorney will build a strong case that will help you obtain the compensation you deserve after such a devastating loss. Additionally, we will work to hold the person responsible accountable for their negligence.
Contact us to schedule a consultation to determine if you are eligible to file a wrongful death claim.
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