Every driver in Florida has an obligation to carry liability insurance and also some no-fault coverage in case they get hurt in a crash. Therefore, when major collisions occur, people tend to assume that insurance will fully cover their expenses. Those involved in minor collisions and those fortunate enough to have access to sizable insurance ... Pursing compensation in a Florida wrongful death lawsuit
It is every parent’s worst nightmare to find themselves waiting up for a young adult who doesn’t make it home by curfew only to have the police come knocking. Unfortunately, based on current injury and death statistics, that is one of the most common scenarios in which families in Florida and across the United States ... Filing Florida wrongful death claims after losing a teen
When someone dies unexpectedly, their passing can leave those who survived with a profound sense of loss and injustice. It is normal and natural for people to look for someone to blame. In certain scenarios, direct family members of the deceased may have the right to bring a wrongful death lawsuit against a person or ... When is a wrongful death claim possible in Florida?
Those in Florida affected by a sudden and tragic death caused by the negligence of an individual or entity may be able to file what’s known as a “wrongful death” lawsuit. A wrongful death claim helps provide justice and compensation for surviving family members in two different ways. Accountability and compensation The first is about ... Understanding non-economic losses in a Florida wrongful death claim
The pain that comes with the death of a loved one is immense. It’s magnified when the death is caused by another’s reckless actions. It is not uncommon for the victim’s loved ones to be filled with anger, confusion, sadness and the desire for justice. Fortunately, Florida’s wrongful death law affords a victim’s aggrieved family members ... Who can file a wrongful death lawsuit in Florida?
The untimely death of a loved one can be devastating for those left behind. This is particularly the case when you know that your loved one’s death occurred because of someone else’s negligent, reckless or intentional actions – whether that’s related to a car wreck, a bar fight, medical mistakes or something else. In Florida, ... Survival actions and wrongful death claims: What’s the difference?