Wrongful Death - Florida
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Whittel & Melton, LLC
Florida Accidental Death Attorneys
Toll free State-wide
The Law Offices of Whittel & Melton are poised and ready to defend your family during the most trying of times. Specifically, our staff and lawyers are stand ready to help you recover the most financially when a loved one has been taken needlessly due to the negligence of some person, persons or company. To better determine if you have a Wrongful Death case review the questions and answers below or CALL NOW or EMAIL the lawyers at Whittel & Melton, LLC (866)608-5529
Below are some commonly asked questions and answers about Florida Wrongful Death Lawsuits for your assistance:
What is a wrongful death?
A Wrongful Death can occur when the actions of a person, persons or company are determined to be negligent and they cause or are determined to be the legal cause of an injury which leads to a death that otherwise was avoidable. It is important to note that Wrongful Death is not the same as Murder. Murder are generally defined as intentional acts and can also give rise to civil claim, however it would not be governed under Wrongful Death law in Florida.
Who can file a wrongful death lawsuit or claim?
Under Florida Law, the personal representative of an estate, usually named in a will or determined by a court, or the heirs of the deceased could file a wrongful death lawsuit in Florida State court for money damages.
How much does representation cost?
Upon contacting the Law Offices of Whittel & Melton, your case will be immediately reviewed by the attorneys. If representation is agreed upon, the firm will represent you on what is called a contingency basis. What this means is you and your family will not need to allocate any upfront financial resources to the prosecution of this claim. If the claim is successful our costs and fees are taken from the resulting settlement, verdict or court award.
How much is my Wrongful Death case worth?
One of the hardest jobs for a Florida Wrongful Death Attorney is determining the value of a claim. What we can tell you is Whittel & Melton lawyers will apply our experience of claims we have worked on and Florida claims historically that we know of to ascertain what is a reasonable settlement zone and what we would ask a jury for. Those values are often different, but what we promise you is that will work hard to make sure that any attempt by an Insurance company to offer early low amounts will be met with real world advice.
What do I do next?
If you or your family believe that careless behavior, misconduct, malfeasance or negligence caused the premature death of a family member, contact the Law Office of Whittel & Melton IMMEDIATELY at (866) 608-5529, Toll Free Statewide Florida, here on the website or our local numbers throughout Central Florida.
We serve our clients and their families throughout the State of Florida and spend most of our time in the following Florida Communities:
Hernando County Wrongful Death Lawyers – Brooksville, Spring Hill Accidental Death Attorneys 352-666-2121
Marion County Wrongful Death Lawyers – Ocala, The Villages Accidental Death Attorneys 352-369-5334
Alachua County Wrongful Death Lawyers – Gainesville Accidental Death Attorneys 352-264-7800
Hillsborough County Wrongful Death Lawyers – Tampa Accidental Death Attorneys 813-221-3200
Pasco County Wrongful Death Lawyers – New Port Richey, Dade City Accidental Death Attorneys 727-847-2299
Sumter County Wrongful Death Lawyers – Bushnell, The Villages Accidental Death Attorneys 352-793-9330
Citrus County Wrongful Death Lawyers – Inverness, Crystal River Accidental Death Attorneys 352-726-0078
Pinellas County Wrongful Death Lawyers – St. Petersburg, Clearwater Accidental Death Attorneys 727-847-2299
Levy County Wrongful Death Lawyers – Bronson, Cedar Key Accidental Death Attorneys 352-726-0078
Lake County Wrongful Death Lawyers – Tavares, Clermont Accidental Death Attorneys 352-793-9330