The loss of a loved one is a tragedy that no one wants to experience. The loss is made even worse if it was due to the negligence of another. While seeking financial restitution after a death in the family may seem like a moot point, receiving financial compensation can make your life easier and can offer a small bit of relief for you and your family.
At Canter Law, our Boynton Beach wrongful death lawyer understands how difficult of a time this is for you. He empathizes with you, but also works to bring justice upon whoever caused the death in your family. To schedule a free case review and determine if you have recourse to file a lawsuit, please contact our attorney, Eric Canter, today. Call us at 561-447-4500.
Do I Have a Wrongful Death Case?
In order to prove a wrongful death case, it must be established that the death was the result of negligence and that the remaining family members are entitled to financial compensation because of it. This usually has a specific timeline after the death occurs, so if you believe that you may have a wrongful death lawsuit, don't wait to contact our attorney.
A wrongful death case may occur from any of the following if negligence was involved:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Boat accidents
- Dangerous premises
- Defective products
- Train accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Medical malpractice
To prove that you have a wrongful death case, negligence must be established. This means that whomever caused the horrible tragedy had to be operating negligently, recklessly or under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In a medical malpractice action, it also can be established if a medical worker didn't operate properly during surgery or if they prescribed a drug that caused the death.
Our Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Lawyers Can Help
We understand how awful the loss of a loved one can be. However, bringing justice about on the negligent party can help you and your family lessen the financial burden left behind.
Contact Canter Law today for a free case review with our attorney. We proudly serve clients in South Florida, including Boynton Beach, Boca Raton, Palm Beach County, and Fort Lauderdale, so you'll be able to find a location that works for you. To get in touch with our lawyer, please fill out the form found on this page or call us at 561-447-4500.