If a loved one has been killed in a car accident, medical malpractice incident, or in another situation that resulted from someone else's carelessness, then you may be wondering if you have a wrongful death case. The only way to know for sure is to consult experienced South Florida attorney Eric G. Canter. He is committed to providing clear information, and he won't ever use "legalese" or misleading language when explaining your options. He wants to make sure you know all of your options and that you feel confident with your final decision. For your free consultation, please call us (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) at 561-447-4500.
What Must Be Present in the Case?
Each case is unique. As such, we encourage you to give us a call if you're wondering whether you can make a claim. In general, the following are some of the elements that are typically present in a wrongful death case:
- Someone's death
- The death was caused by another person's negligence or was intentional
- There are surviving family members, a spouse or another party that is eligible to receive compensation as a result of the loved one's death
In a typical wrongful death case, Mr. Canter will demonstrate to judges, juries, mediators or other involved parties how the negligence directly led to your loved one's death.
Reasons to Consider Pursuing a Wrongful Death Claim
In a successful civil case involving your loved one's death, you may be able to recover compensation for the following things and others:
- Medical bills
- Funeral and burial costs
- Loss of loved one's financial contributions
- Loss of loved one's savings and retirement benefits
- Loss of loved one's support
- Loss of parental guidance
You deserve maximum compensation for this kind of tragedy. These cases often involve the children, parents or spouse of the deceased. Mr. Canter can determine if you are an eligible party.
Mr. Canter will put all of his resources, skills and experience to work in pursuing maximum compensation on your behalf. He has an extensive network of contacts if expert testimony is needed, and he will not stop working until the best possible outcome has been reached.
For your free consultation, please call Canter Law South Florida Injury Lawyers at 561-447-4500. We offer free evaluations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Mr. Canter and our law firm are proud to serve people from across South Florida, including Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach and Palm Beach County.