Motorcycle Accident Wrongful Death
When someone is killed through the negligence of someone else or by the wrongful conduct of a corporation, it’s called a "wrongful death."
There may be recovery possible for the next of kin to the deceased person. This would include the husband, wife, partner, child, parent or siblings. While a claim will not bring back the loved one, it should be recognized that without the negligence or deliberate actions of the wrongdoer, that person would be alive today. You and your family deserve answers and you deserve compensation.
Compensation for a Wrongful Death of a Loved One
A Florida wrongful death claim may allow you to recover the cost of the burial and funeral, the loss of income from the decedent, the medical expenses incurred during the crash. As well there may be recovery for the loss of household support and ongoing support to cover the cost of rearing children. Medical and retirement benefits may be recovered. And though no monetary award will bring back a loved one, there may be some recognition in the form of compensation for the loss of support and companionship. Jury awards may also serve as a deterrent so the liable party will not repeat the offense.
A Jacksonville fatal motorcycle accident attorney can help you determine who is liable for the death, which may include more than one at-fault party. It takes a thorough investigation into a wrongful death case to give the grieving family the answers they are searching for. There may be a time limit within which to bring a claim, so contacting Farah & Farah for a consultation in a timely manner can only help your case.
Call Farah & Farah at 855-797-9899 Today
We feel compassion for your loss and want to help you with funeral arrangement and handing the proper communications with parties involved, including the insurance carrier. Let our personal injury lawyers in Jacksonville help you at this difficult time.