Nothing is more hurtful than the loss of a loved one. When that loss is the result of someone else’s actions, a defective product or any other non-natural event, the loss can be increasingly painful to those who are left behind. While speaking to an attorney about the loss is never the first thought, one should be contacted immediately.
Florida law directs which individuals can recover from the responsible party for the loss of their loved one. However, Florida law also has a shortened period in which this claim must be made. As a result, it is important to contact an attorney and have them review the circumstances that led to the loss of your loved one.
At Presser Law, P.A., we fight for you because justice is what injury victims deserve. We will provide you with legal guidance and insight about your case and explore issues of fault, causation and damages so that we can fight to bring you the justice you deserve.
We handle cases throughout Florida and there are no fees or costs unless we make a recovery for you.
Quick FAQs About
Q: Who can seek compensation for the loss of a loved one?A: Florida law directs who can seek compensation for the loss of a loved one. Depending on the circumstances, it may be a spouse, minor or adult child, or the parent of a deceased. You need to contact an attorney so that your case is properly reviewed to determine what types of recovery may be made.
Q: How long is there to bring a wrongful death claim?A: Florida law provides that a claim for wrongful death must be brought within 2 years.
Q: What should I do if I think I have a wrongful death claim?A: Contact Presser Law, P.A. An attorney will personally discuss and investigate claim with you and investigate those who may be responsible.