Cape Coral Wrongful Death Attorney
Greene & Tischler is Prepared to Assist You With Your Claim
If you have recently lost a loved one due to the result of a negligent
act caused by another party, it is important that you consider filing
a wrongful death claim. We have seen firsthand how families struggle financially
and emotionally after a loved one's death. As a surviving loved one,
you may be able to recover damages for the death of your loved one. Talk
to our Cape Coral wrongful death lawyer at Greene & Tischler to see
how we can help your family get through this difficult time. We can guide
you through the claims process and handle all the details on your behalf.
Call (239) 529-4758 to schedule a
Wrongful Death Damages
Surviving loved ones, such as a spouse, children, or parents may be eligible
to recover wrongful death damages if the accident was caused by a negligent
party. In order to pursue a claim, a surviving loved one must be designated
as a Personal Representative of an estate. Only the Personal Representative
is in control of making the decisions, and only one individual can be
named. Wrongful death claims are time sensitive because they must be brought
within two (2) years from the date of the death.
An eligible surviving loved one may be able to recover damages for:
- Lost wages your loved one would have provided
- Loss of consortium
- Mental anguish
- Medical bills prior to your loved one's death
- Funeral and burial expenses
Make sure that you and your family has the financial resources to cope
with the aftermath of your loved one's passing. Whether your loved
one passed away due to a drunk driver or a truck accident, filing a claim
can not only allow you to pursue justice for your loved one, but it can
provide closure to your grief.
30+ Years Serving the Injured Across Florida
If you have any questions about whether you are eligible to pursue a wrongful
death claim on behalf of a loved one, or how you can start the claims
process, don't hesitate to contact our team. We can answer all of
your questions and concerns, and let you know what you can expect down the road.
Contact our office
at (239) 529-4758 to learn more.