Kendall Wrongful Death

The loss of a loved one can be absolutely devastating to a family. Finding out that your loved one was taken from you because of someone else’s negligent actions can lead to a mix of overwhelming emotions and questions. Some negligent choices that can give rise to a wrongful death claim include having negligent security, driving carelessly or recklessly, offering a defective product to consumers, neglecting or abusing nursing home patients, and engaging in medical malpractice. When your loved one dies as the direct result of another individual’s negligent actions or inactions, you may have a wrongful death claim. In order to bring a successful wrongful death suit, the Kendall wrongful death attorneys must prove that your loved one died because of another person’s negligence and that your loved one would not have died had the negligent party acted differently.

Losing a loved one can be both emotionally and financially painful. Loved ones often offer income and benefits that are necessary to the survival of a family. It can be very difficult for the family members left behind to cope with this loss on top of the loss of their loved one. Although no amount of money can ever bring back your loved one, compensation can help you to restore or improve the quality of life you experienced prior to your loved one’s death. Compensation can assist you in paying everyday expenses, including mortgage or rent payments, credit card expenses, education and tuition costs, and other similar expenses. After losing a loved one, additional expenses tend to accumulate. The additional expenses typically include medical costs and funeral and burial expenses. Any member of the surviving family has the ability to bring a wrongful death claim on behalf of their deceased loved one to obtain monetary compensation. The individuals who can bring this type of suit include the loved one’s spouse, children, parents, and any blood relative or adoptive sibling who was dependent upon the loved one’s support. An award from a wrongful death suit can help with the financial expenses that families are often left with after the loss of a loved one.

If you lose a loved one, you will often have to deal with insurance companies, whose main goal is usually to settle your claim as quickly as possible to avoid a huge payout. This means that the insurance companies usually want to settle for less than you are rightfully entitled to. While it may seem very difficult or odd to bring a lawsuit after your loved one’s death, you must bring your claim sooner rather than later because Florida law imposes a strict time frame in which wrongful death claims can be brought. In order to safeguard your ability to bring forth a wrongful death claim, you must contact the Kendall wrongful death attorneys as soon as possible after your loved one has passed. The attorneys at the Friedland Law Group have worked on only personal injury cases for over two decades and have helped numerous of their clients obtain multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts.

If you believe you have a wrongful death claim, you should contact an attorney with experience. These types of claims can be complicated, so you do not want an inexperienced attorney handling your claim. Attorney Jonathan R. Friedland had settled and litigated wrongful death claims throughout Florida for over twenty years. Call the Friedland Law Group today to discuss your options during a free consultation. Don’t settle with the insurance companies for less than you and your family deserve! Contact the Kendall wrongful death attorneys today and let our family take care of your family!

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