Miami Dade County Wrongful Death Accidents
When a loved one passes away, the loss changes the lives of family and friends forever. The emotional pain is difficult enough to overcome, but there may also be more tangible burdens on the family. The circumstances may leave the family with a huge financial burden that adds to the stress and hardship. While any death is a tragedy, a wrongful death claim may be in order when someone's passing is due to the actions of another person. If one of your loved ones has died due to an accident, you may be able to seek compensation for your loss. Serving Miami Dade County Wrongful Death Attorney Jarrett Blakeley has years of experience as a wrongful death lawyer, and he can help you to explore your options as you consider legal action.Is It Time to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
According to the laws of Florida, a wrongful death suit may be in order when "the death of a person is caused by the wrongful act, negligence, default, or breach of contract or warranty of any person…." This law may apply to a wide variety of situations in which your loved one's death was caused or influenced by another person. If you believe that someone is at fault for your loss, a free consultation with a Miami Dade County Wrongful Death Attorney may be the best move you can make.What Kind of Compensation Can You Seek If a Wrongful Death Lawyer Accepts Your Case?
While financial compensation cannot make up for the loss of a loved one, it can help to ease the financial burdens that often accompany a death. While no amount of money can take away the pain of your loss, a successful wrongful death claim may bring you some financial relief that will help you focus on your family and friends in their time of sorrow. Such a claim may be able to help you to cover financial losses related to the deceased's medical expenses, funeral expenses, and lost earnings and support. In some cases, you may even be able to be compensated for pain and suffering, as well as the loss of companionship, protection, instruction, and guidance that your loved one will no longer be able to provide for you. If you are the parent, child, spouse, or legal representative of the deceased, you may be able to file a claim to receive compensation for your loss.When Should You File a Wrongful Death Claim?
There is a statute of limitations on wrongful death lawsuits. In the state of Florida, these claims must be filed within four years of the death. If you believe that you are entitled to compensation due to a wrongful death that occurred within the past four years, please call 954-253-9445 to speak with Jarrett Blakeley at the Blakeley Law Firm. Attorney Blakeley has years of experience in wrongful death cases, and there is no fee for an expert consultation.