You may be able to file a wrongful death claim if you have lost a family member due to negligence or misconduct of another party. Wrongful Death cases can be complex so it is important to seek legal representation from Florida accident lawyers. The Black Law Company is available to provide legal advice and assistance with your claim.
What Is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
In a wrongful death case, the plaintiff asserts a claim against the person responsible for the death. This person might have insurance coverage that covers the act that caused death. An insurance adjuster will review your claim if they have insurance.
An insurance company may either accept liability and pay a settlement or deny it. You can use the court if the insurance company refuses to offer a fair settlement, or denies liability.
The discovery process allows the parties to exchange information after a lawsuit has been filed. The court might hold hearings to discuss scheduling and motions. The parties can continue to try to resolve the matter through mediation or settlement offers while the case is pending. If the case cannot be resolved, a trial will take place to determine who is responsible and what damages are to be awarded.
What Can an Attorney Do to Help You?
An attorney in Florida can offer legal advice and representation during the entire process. We will let you know what to expect, and advocate for you to get a fair settlement.
This post was written by Okoye Morgan Jr., a lawyer with extensive knowledge as a St Petersburg criminal defense attorney. Okoye is one of the founding partners of The Black Law Company, specializing in personal injury law, trust and estate law, civil litigation law, and criminal defense.
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