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Why File A Wrongful Death Claim?

It’s never easy losing a loved one, especially when it resulted from the negligent, reckless, or intentional act of another. Although no amount of money can ever compensate you for your loss, unforeseen financial hardships due to lost earnings, medical bills, and even funeral expenses can occur. Suffering both an emotional and financial loss can be devastating, which is why filing a wrongful death claim may be the best option.

When you file a wrongful death claim, you are holding the person who is responsible for the death accountable as well as offering an opportunity for you and your family to receive closure and compensation. Here, at Redemption Law, we want to make things right. Our experienced team of legal professionals have the knowledge and resources to help you recover for your loss.


Who Can Recover?

Under Florida law, the following individuals may recover damages resulting from a wrongful death case:

  • The decedent’s spouse, children, and parents
  • Any blood relative or adoptive sibling who is partly or wholly dependent on the decedent for support or services.


Money Damages You May Be Awarded

You may be entitled to both economic and non-economic damages as a result of a wrongful death claim. Economic damages refer to your current out-of-pocket costs, as well as reasonably calculable future costs. Some examples of economic damages include loss of income, medical bills, and funeral expenses.

Non-economic damages are funds awarded to victims to compensate for the intangible negative impact of the wrongful death. Some examples of non-economic damages include mental pain and suffering, loss of companionship, and loss of guidance.


Determining Loss

When determining how much you’re entitled to, courts take a variety of factors into consideration, such as the value of lost support and services prior to death, the estimated value of lost future services and support, as well as your relationship to the decedent. Making this determination can be quite difficult to calculate, which is why it is essential to hire an experienced attorney who knows how to maximize your recovery.


When Must A Claim Be Filed?

Pursuant to Florida Statutes section 95.11(4)(d), a wrongful death lawsuit must be filed within two years of the date of death. Therefore, time is of the essence when filing a claim.


Let us help you get the most out of your case

If you have recently lost a loved one due to the negligent, reckless, or intentional act of another, contact our office today so we can help you get the most out of your case. Call or email us to schedule a free, confidential consultation so we can help you evaluate your case and introduce you to our team.

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Redemption Law

14361 Commerce Way Suite 307
Miami Lakes, FL 33016

P: (305) 465-3425

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