As Winter Haven attorneys, we’re known for representing victims who have sustained injuries or damages in a variety of ways, from car or motorcycle accidents to slipping and falling in a grocery store. However, a side of our business not discussed as often is that of representing the families of victims in cases of wrongful death.
What is considered “Wrongful Death”?
When a family has to endure the tragic loss of their loved one in an accident or under circumstances caused by the
- or malicious actions of another,
such a case is categorized as a “wrongful death” and can involve many different facets of law. This means that the grieving family also faces all the legal ramifications that come along with their loss.
Wrongful deaths can occur because of:
- car accidents
- pedestrian collisions
- commercial vehicle accidents
- rideshare accidents
- slip and fall injuries
- workplace injuries
- medical malpractice
- product defects
- motorcycle accidents
- falling objects
- and more
How an experienced wrongful death attorney can support you
As you can see, wrongful death can occur due to an array of accidents and actions. That’s why having an attorney who has in-depth knowledge of and experience in these types of law can play an important role in getting families the help they need.
Brooks Law Group stands beside families following their loss, and we’re here to provide more than just legal support. We truly want to be here for you during this difficult time, with a listening ear and an environment where you feel at ease, cared for, and represented well from the first consultation until the day we close out your case. You shouldn’t have to worry about obtaining the financial compensation you need or the justice you deserve when you’re grieving.
Call us for your free consultation to discuss the details of your case and get the tools and information you need to make an informed decision.
We offer our condolences to all who are walking the journey of grief after losing a loved one. You don’t have to walk it alone… Look to Brooks!