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When a car crash, workplace accident, surgery, or assault results in death, family members, and loved ones can feel at a loss as to how to move forward. While money can’t provide emotional healing, it can give surviving family members greater financial security and more stable futures. Furthermore, a lawsuit can bring justice upon the negligent party responsible for the death, giving closure to those left behind. At the Law Offices of David I. Fuchs, we’ve brought dozens of Fort Lauderdale wrongful death claims to successful settlements and jury verdicts. We might be able to help your family as well.
Every state has different requirements when it comes to claiming damages for the death of a loved one. In some states, family members such as a spouse or children can file a claim. In other states, only the representative of the deceased person’s estate has the right to file. Knowing what the law says in Florida can help you understand whether you have the right to file after an unexpected death – and if you don’t, who could. A conversation with one of our lawyers can give you more information, but here are four basic laws in Florida:
Don’t let red tape get in the way of recovering for your loved one’s untimely death. Our team of Fort Lauderdale wrongful death lawyers can take care of the paperwork and legwork of your case while you and your family focus on grieving and healing. We can work with the estate representative to get the most out of a wrongful death claim. Learn more – sign up for a free case evaluation and find out if we can help you secure compensation.