The sudden and unexpected death of a parent, spouse, registered domestic partner or child is a devastating event in the life of any person. GC Law wrongful death lawyers are here to help you during this emotional time, however, we understand you not only need time to mourn, but also want to hold the negligent parties responsible for your loss.
Wrongful death is a fatality from the negligent or carelessness of another person, company or agency. Whether you lost a loved one because of unsafe work conditions, a defective airbag or a medical error, the wrongful death attorneys at GC Law will fight back for financial compensation and justice.
Defining Wrongful Death In Florida
From a legal standpoint, wrongful death occurs when a person dies due to the negligence or misconduct of another person or party. Florida’s laws apply in many situations including:
- Premises liability (injuries in homes or on private property)
- Defective or dangerous products
- Work accidents
- Construction accidents
- Defective machinery
- Medical malpractice
- Fatal auto accidents
In short, anytime the court can find a reasonable person should have acted differently than the negligent party, you may have grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit. At GC Law, our lawyers will review your unique circumstances in a free, private consultation and thoroughly explain your possible courses of legal action.
If you need help contact GC Law, which is an advocate for your rights, understands Florida law, can negotiate on your behalf or are highly experienced trial attorneys and have your best interest in mind. GC Law offers complimentary consultations. Do not wait, call if you need help.
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