In our blog post last week, we discussed the case of the man who died in the sauna. His family has already given a statement to the public through an attorney. This is one tragic wrongful death case, but it isn’t the only type of case in which a claim for wrongful death would be appropriate. There are several other types of cases that could constitute a wrongful death.
We want our Florida neighbors to know that they aren’t alone. In the days following the tragic death of a loved one, you might not know where to turn. You might feel a strong desire to hold someone accountable for your loved one’s death. It is important to take action quickly so that vital evidence can be gathered. It is also necessary to ensure that you are able to file your claim for compensation within the legal time frame allotted by Florida law.
We understand that seeking compensation won’t bring your loved one back to you. It is important for you to realize that seeking compensation for your loved one’s death is a way to hold the liable person or party accountable for the accident or incident that caused your loved one’s death. It is also a way that you can minimize the financial impact of your loved one’s death.
If compensation is awarded, that can help you to recoup some of the wages your loved one would have made had it not been for the accident. It can help you to cover the cost of your loved one’s final expenses and other related expenses. We are here to help. You don’t have to go through this tragic time alone. Let us help you learn about your options.