Homestead Wrongful Death Accidents
If you have suffered the death of one of your loved ones, serving Homestead Wrongful Death Attorney Jarrett Blakeley may be able to help you seek compensation for your loss. In cases in which a person dies of an accident or other circumstances that do not include natural causes, the death may be classified as "wrongful." In such circumstances, it is important to contact a wrongful death lawyer to help you decide if you should file a wrongful death claim. In addition to the life-changing emotional trauma that comes with the death of someone close to you, the loss often results in overwhelming financial burdens that add even more stress to the survivors. If this sounds like your situation, please do not hesitate to call a Homestead Wrongful Death Attorney who will listen to your story and provide you with expert legal advice.Who Is Eligible to File a Wrongful Death Suit?
A wrongful death claim cannot be filed by just anyone, of course. The claim must be filed by a surviving spouse, parent, child, or personal representative of the deceased. The personal representative is able to file the claim on behalf of the deceased's beneficiaries, which can be the best option in some cases. When you discuss your situation with a qualified wrongful death lawyer, you will be able to fully explore your rights and options for the best results.What Kinds of Damages Are Covered in a Wrongful Death Claim?
Each case is different, so damages can cover a wide range. As you might expect, damages often include obvious expenses related to the loss of life: medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, loss of earnings and wages, and loss of services. In some cases, damages can also include pain and suffering, as well as the absence of emotional support, guidance, instruction, protection, and / or companionship.Is It Too Late to File a Wrongful Death Suit?
Even if some time has passed since you suffered your loss, it may not be too late to file a claim with the help of a wrongful death lawyer. Each state has its own statute of limitations for this type of claim. In Florida, the statute of limitation is four years. If your loved one's death occurred within the past four years, you still have time to file a claim. After four years have passed, you will no longer have the chance to file. Please do not delay.Contact a Wrongful Death Attorney Who Can Help You in Your Time of Need
Recovering from the death of a loved one is one of the hardest things in the world, but it helps to know that you have support. The right legal help can alleviate your financial burdens so that you can focus on your family and friends. Contact Jarrett Blakeley at the Blakeley Law Firm for the experience and professionalism you need. Call 954-253-9445 for a free consultation.