When the death of a person is caused by the wrongful act or negligence of another, this constitutes wrongful death. Losing a loved one tragically and unexpectedly is a devastating event. The last thing you want to deal with during your time of grieving is navigating the complex legal landscape of a wrongful death claim. We at Warner & Fitzmartin understand how difficult this time can be and offer our sincerest sympathies. We will do everything in our power to help you get back on your feet after your loss and help to provide some closure by pursuing justice on behalf of your loved one.
Although no amount of money will ever be enough to bring back your loved one, you must know your rights and what compensation you are entitled to under the law. The attorneys at Warner & Fitzmartin will guide you on what damages you are entitled to recover. These damages include your loved one’s medical expenses, lost wages, lost benefits, funeral and burial costs, loss of companionship, support and services, as well as your own pain and suffering from this loss.
We encourage you to take advantage of our free consultation and meet with the lawyers at Warner & Fitzmartin to discuss your wrongful death case. It is imperative that you preserve evidence as soon as possible, and ensure that you do not lose your rights to make a claim. All wrongful death cases in Florida must be made within two years of the death, so there is no time to waste in gathering crucial evidence to prove the claim and secure the maximum damages for you and your family.