Miami Wrongful Death Attorney
A wrongful death lawsuit can be filed when someone dies as a result of the negligence of another person or entity, such as a product manufacturer. These lawsuits seek to recover things for the survivors like lost wages, medical and funeral expenses, and emotional pain. There are several parties who can potentially file a wrongful death claim. An experienced Miami wrongful death attorney can evaluate your case and advise you on the best way to proceed.
Immediate family members, including spouses and children, are often the people who most acutely suffer when someone dies. They are some of the primary groups who file wrongful death lawsuits.
Life Partners and Financial Dependents
Laws vary from state to state, but some allow life partners and anyone who is financially dependent on the deceased to pursue wrongful death claims.
Distant Family Members
A wrongful death attorney can file wrongful death claims on behalf of siblings and grandparents in some states. Depending on the circumstances, they may be some of the most integral people in the life of the deceased.
Parents of a Deceased Fetus
In certain places, the parents of a deceased fetus are also permitted to pursue wrongful death lawsuits.
If you have lost a loved one as a result of the reckless behavior or another party, a wrongful death lawyer can help you file a lawsuit. Call (305) 446-6485 (toll free 800-446-6482) today to schedule an appointment for a FREE consultation with an experienced wrongful death attorney at Friedman & Friedman.