Justice Law represents family members affected by wrongful death

Wrongful Death

Justice Law, personal injury law firm, Plantation Florida

Losing a loved one in a fatal accident due to another person or entity’s negligence or recklessness is often the worst experience an individual will ever live through. If you have lost a family member as a result of another person or entity’s negligence or recklessness, you may be entitled to claim compensation from the parties responsible.

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Wrongful death under Florida law

Florida law allows for the decedent’s surviving spouse, children, or parents to bring a wrongful death action when the death of the person is caused by “a wrongful act, neglect, or default of another."

Our attorneys, staff, and investigative team work with you to insure that your rights are protected and enforced. The tragedy of wrongful death can be mitigated by proper representation, and it also exists as a service to those who come after insuring that the conditions that led to the tragedy won't affect another family in the future.

Justice Law's experience, knowledge, and dedication to client welfare can help you. Justice Law's success, demonstrated by our case results, gives you confidence of our ability to litigate, negotiate, and arbitrate on your behalf. To contact a lawyer or our staff or request more information, please email justice@justiceinjurylawyer.com or call our office at 954-515-5656.

At Justice Law, our lawyers handle all types of wrongful death cases:

  • - Automobile, motorcycle, and trucking accidents
  • - Prescription drug errors
  • - Medical Errors by doctors or other medical professionals and healthcare providers
  • - Dangerous or defective products
  • - Inadequate supervision at a swimming pool
  • - Any negligent action or inaction that is the cause of the unnecessary death of another

Recovery under Florida’s Wrongful Death Laws:

Florida law allows for the decedent’s surviving spouse, children, or parents to bring a wrongful death action when the death of the person is caused by “a wrongful act, neglect, or default of another. The damages these family members may seek on behalf of their loved one that was a victim of a wrongful death may include:

  • - Funeral and burial expenses
  • - Medical expenses
  • - Loss of financial support of the decedent
  • - Loss of companionship
  • - Punitive damages when applicable

Punitive damages are monetary damages that can be awarded against the “at fault party” in a civil action where the negligent actions rise to a level of gross negligence and the party must be punished and deterred from any future repeat of the same action that caused the wrongful death. To contact a lawyer or our staff or request more information, please email justice@justiceinjurylawyer.com or call our office at 954-515-5656.

Wrongful Death Representation for Families

Cam Justice and Justice Law fights for families affected by wrongful death.

Justice Law is an experienced team of professionals, lawyers, staff, and investigators, looking out for the rights of the injured. We are ready to litigate, arbitrate, and negotiate on behalf of our clients to insure that they receive every remedy available to them under the law. Our commitment to our clients and our success in personal injury and accident law creates the record you find on our case results page.

Attorney Referrals Welcome

Justice Law welcomes referrals in all areas of personal injury including, but not limited to, dangerous products, auto accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, wrongful death, equine accidents, maritime accidents, insurance and bad faith. We handle cases throughout the state of Florida and select cases nationwide. With over twenty years of combined experience, attorneys Cam F. Justice, Esq. and Adam D. Breit, Esq. regularly offer litigation and trial support on complex matters due to their size, scope or complicated legal issues.

The Justice Law firm will honor all referral fee arrangements and the attorney referral program offered by the firm will abide by the referral rules set forth within the Florida Bar regulations.