Gainesville Wrongful Death Attorney
Someone else’s negligence has caused you and your loved ones to suffer. Their intentional act or complete disregard for your loved one’s life has left you devastated and in grief while recovering from a significant loss. If you find yourself in this predicament, there is hope. Farah & Farah wants to work on your behalf to ensure that the persons responsible are held accountable for the wrongful death of your loved one.
We understand the burden that is placed on you after experiencing such a traumatic experience. As a legal team that is empathetic and considerate of your circumstances, we ask you to call us for a free consultation at (877) 245-6707. We will fight for your rights and help you to make sense of the situation and get your life back in order.
Why Choose Farah & Farah For Legal Advice?
At Farah & Farah, we are here to help. Therefore, we return calls to our clients within 24 hours. Instead of keeping you waiting, we promptly respond to your concerns. You will receive a team of attorneys, who are committed to your success. We will work alongside investigators and reputable experts to ensure that the incident is investigated and fault is determined.
We will build a strong case, ensuring that the individuals who wrongfully committed the act are held accountable. Our Gainesville personal injury lawyers will go against the insurance company and also manage all necessary documentation to fight for the justice you deserve.
What Constitutes a Wrongful Death?
Typically, heirs, beneficiaries or survivors of the deceased are eligible to file a wrongful death claim. Though there are limitations, an attorney can provide clarification on who is eligible to file a wrongful death claim. Wrongful death is substantiated by the following:
- It must be proven that the person who caused wrongful death, known as the defendant, had a duty to act responsibly but failed.
- The defendant denounced their duty and failed to fulfill their rightful obligations.
- Wrongful death or injuries were sustained to the victim due to the recklessness of the defendant and their failure to adhere to a specific responsibility.
Types of Compensation
Depending on who is filing a wrongful death claim, the compensation you receive may vary. Although placing a price on death is difficult, the following damages can potentially be recovered:
- Loss of wages
- Loss of companionship or guidance
- Loss of parental support
- Medical expenses
- Funeral costs
Additional recovered damages can include pain and suffering, loss of support and services, loss of protection, and more. Again, the monetary amount rewarded is dependent on various factors.
We Charge No Upfront Fees
Should you wish to move forward with our services, you will not be required to pay any legal fees up front. With consideration for your financial circumstances, our lawyers work on a contingency basis, meaning we don’t get paid unless you are paid.
Our Team of Wrongful Death Attorneys Can Help
The grieving process after a wrongful death is typically long and agonizing. Recovering from the incident can seem impossible, especially when you are not sure where to turn. At the law office of Farah & Farah, we know how heartbreaking it can be to lose a loved one. We will take on the task of performing all legal duties, while you focus on healing. Contact us for a free consultation.