Pursuing Just Compensation After A Wrongful Death
Nothing can prepare you for the sudden loss of a loved one. Your life and your family will never be the same. You may be in need of compensation for your losses, but the last thing you want during this time is a complex, protracted legal battle.
At Collier & Associates Law Offices, we understand what you are going through. Our caring lawyers have decades of experience working with families like yours after a wrongful death. You can be sure that we will treat you with compassion and respect as we seek the financial damages you need to move forward. You can learn more during a free consultation with us.
Helping You Look Ahead
After the loss of a family member, it is difficult to imagine what your life will be like going forward. While some people may not yet be thinking about the financial burden they may be facing, others are worrying about how they will pay the bills without their loved one’s income. In either situation, you will benefit from an attorney’s counsel as you face the future. Depending on the details of your case, you may be entitled to:
- Past and future lost wages and benefits of the deceased
- Medical expenses from the accident or incident
- Funeral and burial costs
- The personal loss of a loved one
- Contributions to the household/rearing of children
- Loss of enjoyment of life
With our experience, we can help you calculate the value of your claim. When appropriate, we work with financial experts such as economists who can determine how much compensation you will need today and in the future.
Our Wide Range Of Experience
We have represented families in Florida wrongful death cases for many years. Our attorneys have the knowledge to assist you with cases involving:
- Passenger car accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Commercial trucking accidents
- Premises liability
- Medical malpractice claims
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Cruise ships
Please contact us if you do not see the cause of your loved one’s accident here. We may still be able to help.