Orlando Wrongful Death Attorneys
Representing Family Survivors in Orlando and throughout Central Florida
Have you lost a family member in an accident or incident caused by another in Orlando or in the surrounding areas of Central Florida? If you believe that the death of your family member was due to the negligence, recklessness, aggressiveness, intoxication, or other wrongdoing of someone else, then you may have grounds for a claim under Florida’s Wrongful Death Act. We recommend that you consult with an Orlando wrongful death lawyer at Bailey Fisher as soon as possible due to the fact that you have a limited time period in which to file a claim or lawsuit. We can assess your case and provide you with an evaluation of where you stand and how best to proceed.
Wrongful Death Cases in Florida
Many circumstances can lead to a wrongful death, including car accidents, exposure to hazardous chemicals on the job, accidental drowning, electrocutions, construction site accidents, and criminal attacks due to negligent security. If negligence is the underlying cause of the death and the death has resulted in loss to the surviving family members, a wrongful death claim may be filed. In such a claim, you may be entitled to recover compensation for such damages and losses as funeral expenses, medical expenses, loss of companionship, pain and suffering, loss of income, loss of anticipated income, loss of inheritance, loss of benefits, and general damages.
At our firm, we understand the huge impact that the death of a family member can have on those involved. Aside from the devastating personal loss, such a death can spell financial ruin for a family dependent on the vital income of the person who died. That is why an Orlando wrongful death attorney at the firm will work diligently on your behalf to recover the monetary compensation that can make the difference in your family’s standard of living and future obligations, such as mortgages, college educations, and more.
Contact an Orlando Wrongful Death Lawyer at the firm today if you have lost a family member in an accident caused by another.