Compassionate legal Counsel Through Trying Times
The loss of a loved one can be extremely devastating, especially when that
loss occurs due to the negligence of another. While no amount of compensation
can cover the life lost, it can help family members and loved ones handle
the financial burdens and obtain peace of mind through holding the at-fault
Obtaining Damages in Wrongful Death Cases
In order to collect
wrongful death damages, a beneficiary of the deceased must first prove that the negligent actions
of a third party caused the wrongful death to occur. Negligence can be
defined as failure to act in the way that a fairly prudent person would
in the same circumstances, or to act with without a reasonable duty of
care. Examples of negligence that can contribute to a wrongful death accident
to occur include a passenger in an automobile dying as a result of the
driver’s reckless actions while operating the vehicle, a property
owner failing to warn a visitor on the premises of a safety hazard that
results in death, or even a dog who gets off of its leash and attacks a child.
Interpreting negligence is subjective, however, which is why it is important
to have a Naples wrongful death attorney make a strong case for you. The
team at The Trial Professionals, P.A. has years of experience in representing
wrongful death cases and helping the families and loved ones of those
who were killed by the reckless, thoughtless, or negligent actions of another.
Contact our team at (855) 375-9959 to discuss your case with us. We are
here for you.
Walking You Through Every Step of a Claim
The Orlando wrongful death attorneys at The Trial Professionals, P.A. are
here to help you prove the liability of a third party in a number of ways.
Wrongful death lawyers understand the circumstances which contribute to
these types of accidents, which means we know what type of evidence is
needed to a successful claim. When you hire us, we aggressively pursue
the evidence no matter where it leads, weather it is an individual, corporation,
or even the government.
Our wrongful death attorneys will:
- Visit the site of the accident
- Speak to witnesses
- View medical and police records
- Inspect building and health records
- Run background checks
- Arrange expert witness testimonies
- View video surveillance
How Long Do I Have to File a Claim?
After a person suffers a wrongful death due to the negligent or reckless
actions of another, there is a specific window of time during which you
can pursue a wrongful death claim. If you suspect that their death was
caused by the negligence of a third party, it is important that you seek
qualified legal assistance as soon as possible. If you fail to take action
in the appropriate window of time, you may not be able to bring your matter to court.
Contact the dedicated Orlando wrongful death lawyers at our firm to discuss
your case. We offer compassionate representation from our offices in Jacksonville,
Miami, Naples, Daytona Beach, and beyond.
Take the first step in seeking justice for your loved one - call our specialists
at (855) 375-9959.