In the case of a wrongful death, money cannot make up for the true loss that you and your family are going through. It is a terribly painful process no matter what the cause. You do, however, have financial recourse available in the form of a wrongful death lawsuit filed by The Brody Law Group.
A common cause of wrongful death is medical malpractice. If a medical professional has been negligent such that it caused or contributed to the death of a loved one, you could have a case for a wrongful death lawsuit. Another related cause of wrongful death is that of a missed diagnosis. The wrong diagnosis and treatment of a condition could ultimately cause a patient’s death.
Another common case of wrongful death is negligent driving or defective vehicles. Thousands of wrongful deaths happen each year because of the negligence of another driver or because of a defective vehicle. Other instances of wrongful death cases include employer negligence or a death caused by the use of a faulty product. There are many other examples; these are just a few.
If you believe your family has been the victim of a wrongful death, the first step is to contact The Brody Group. The sooner you contact us, the better. Wrongful death lawsuits often have a statute of limitations. We can advise you of the steps that need to be taken to file a lawsuit and prepare the proper documentation for filing. This is an emotionally taxing time for you, and wrongful death attorneys at The Brody Group understand this better than anyone having guided clients through such lawsuits many times and can give you the legal representation you deserve.
Damages awarded in wrongful death cases will vary and depend upon many factors, including lost wages, emotional distress, medical bills, and even burial costs. Your attorneys will advise you of what damages you have a right to collect based upon the facts of the case and will prepare your case for the best legal result possible in court.
As a surviving spouse, child, or parent in a wrongful death case, you should contact us to find out what your rights are in a court of law. Florida is one state that has a “Wrongful Death Act” and requires compensation to the deceased victim’s estate and survivors. Contact us to find out what your rights are and if you have grounds for filing a wrongful death case. The sooner you make the call, the sooner you can start the process of healing from your loss.