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Wrongful Death Attorney in Spring Hill
They say death is the only thing that’s certain in life. Despite knowing this sad reality, losing a loved one is still beyond painful. However, death that occurs due to negligence is a different matter. That’s because, in such cases, the deceased leave this world against their will.
While it’s impossible to bring them back, our role as America’s largest injury firm is to get to the bottom of the matter and investigate the circumstances that led to your loved one's death. Suppose we discover that negligence was a factor. In that case, we may be able to help you obtain compensation.
Get in touch today to learn more about your legal options. If your claim has merit, a Spring Hill wrongful death lawyer from our team might be able to represent you.
Get answers to commonly asked questions about our legal services and learn how we may assist you with your case.
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What Are Examples of Wrongful Death?
A wrongful death may occur under different circumstances. Examples include but are not limited to medical malpractice resulting in death, workplace accidents, defective products causing fatalities, and intentional acts.
What Am I Entitled to After a Wrongful Death?
In most cases, survivors are usually entitled to compensation for the following:
- Medical bills (if you’re the deceased received treatment before succumbing to their injuries)
- Funeral and burial expenses
- The loss of financial support the deceased would have provided had they been alive
- Emotional distress due to the loss of a loved one
Bear in mind that these are just examples of damages the families of wrongful death victims may be entitled to. To find out exactly what you may recover based on the unique circumstances of your case, please contact us for a free case review.
What Makes Wrongful Death Cases Different From Other Personal Injury Claims?
Wrongful death cases differ from other personal injury claims because they involve the death of the victim. And when death is involved, securing compensation becomes even more difficult since no one would openly want to take responsibility without a fight.
Insurance companies also know that these cases often involve huge verdicts and settlements, and will do everything within their power to fight back. Without a skilled and well-equipped attorney, particularly one from Morgan and Morgan, securing compensation after a loved one’s death becomes a herculean task.
Where Does Liability for a Wrongful Death Fall?
Liability could fall on different parties, sometimes even multiple parties at the same time. It could be an individual, a business entity that failed to honor its obligations towards your loved one, a healthcare professional who failed to observe the expected standards of care, or another entity whose negligence or intentional actions led to the death.
Who Do I File a Claim With?
You typically file a wrongful death claim against the party responsible for the death. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that they’ll be directly responsible for compensating you. Instead, compensation usually derives from their insurance carrier, not the individual or entity responsible for your loved one’s death.
Should I Settle or Go to Court?
The decision to settle or go to court depends on whether or not the other party is willing to negotiate. No doubt that settling is usually a faster and cost-effective alternative but sometimes, it’s difficult to reason with the unreasonable, that’s why all our attorneys are always prepared to go to court if need be.
Contact Morgan and Morgan Today
When dealing with the pain of losing a loved one while at the same time struggling to handle the resulting bills and expenses, you deserve a skilled, trial-ready Spring Hill wrongful death lawyer to fight for your right to compensation. Contact us today to learn more about how we might be able to help.
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