Florida Wrongful Death Attorneys, The Lewis Law Group
Litigating Wrongful Death Cases for 38 Years
All of us have had our life impacted by the death of a loved one. We all have grieved when someone we are close too or love passes away. Somehow and someway most of us find a way to move on with our lives even with that person being so missed and honored. The passing of a loved one is tragic enough, but when that life is taken from us because of an accident that could have been avoided or a heinous act of neglect or abuse, then the pain and suffering we endure is mostly unbearable. What’s more, in many cases the partner we relied upon for parenting or for family earnings is now gone. The agony then is even more than emotional. It can be one of financial hardship and even poverty that destroys the once secure family foundation we knew prior to the fatal accident. When a loved one is taken unfairly by a case of wrongful death, the family deserves restitution. The family deserves to be secure again and not endangered.This is why you should seek the assistance of the experienced personal injury and wrongful death attorneys of The Lewis Law Group P.A.. With our 38 years of experience working with families in wrongful death cases, we know the questions to ask. We know the law. We know what it takes to win for you the maximum award you deserve.
What Constitutes Wrongful Death In the State of Florida?
A death due to another party’s negligence, abuse or even often the failure to act can result in a wrongful death suit being claimed. Basically it requires the incident has been caused by the intentional or unintentional wrong doing of another. Family members of the deceased then file a case for the damages from their relative’s wrongful death seeking financial compensation. Your attorney in a wrongful death suit must present sufficient evidence that this misconduct or negligence caused the death. An experienced attorney, like those at The Lewis Law Group, will help you bring the needed case materials together. We will determine the amount of compensation you may expect from your loved one’s untimely death.
Many events and actions may create a circumstance entitling you to compensation, among those are medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents in particular when a drunk or impaired driver is involved, boating accidents, product quality issues, slip and fall accidents, nursing home and elder abuse, and other such cases where the injuries suffered resulted in wrongful death.
Who Can File A Wrongful Death Suit in Florida?
THE COURTS HAVE DEFINED A HIERARCHY FOR THOSE ABLE TO FILE A WRONGFUL DEATH CASE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. THE SPOUSE, AND THE FAMILY OF THE DECEASED ARE ALLOWED BY THE LAW TO FILE FOR DAMAGES AS ARE THOSE FINANCIALLY DEPENDENT UPON THE DECEASED. FAMILY MEMBERS INCLUDE THE SPOUSE, PARENTS, SIBLINGS AND CHILDREN OF THE LOVED ONE AS WELL AS THE GRANDPARENTS. IT IS ALSO POSSIBLE FOR ANY OTHER PERSON WHO IS FINANCIALLY IMPACTED BY THE DEATH TO POTENTIALLY SUE FOR WRONGFUL DEATH.
Contact the Attorneys of The Lewis Law Group
Our attorneys are experienced in personal injury and wrongful death cases. Your initial case evaluation is free. We will help you determine the value of your case and the fair compensation you may receive. We know the St. Lucie County, Palm Beach County and Martin County Court system. We know the Fifteenth and Nineteenth Circuit Courts. We successfully prepare your case always striving to maximize your recovery. J.D. Lewis III, ESQ. will help you decide the best course of action for your case and will tell you the truth!
Contact our office now (772) 286-7861 or on our toll free number at 1(800) 338 4459. If you can’t come to us, we can come to you. You may also e-mail us by using our contact form. We will take your call!