Wrongful Death

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Wrongful Death

Auto accidents are unfortunately a common problem in the death of a loved one from a sudden, traumatic loss is the most stressful event that can occur. The attorneys at K/S have been helping surviving family members receive money damages for their terrible and painful loss. K/S litigates most wrongful death cases to ensure that their client receives the best representation possible and can have their day in Court.

 

What Is The Process For Filing A Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

The family members must establish two things:

  1. The surviving family member(s) must prove that their loved ones death was directly caused by someone elses negligence, recklessness, or deliberate act and not by their loved one’s own action or inaction.
  2. If the criteria for step number one is met, then the surviving family members must exemplify that they suffered severe measurable damages due to their loved ones wrongful and sudden death.

Typical wrongful death lawsuits include car and truck accidents, work related deaths, medical malpractice and someone suddenly killed while a crime is being committed.

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In Florida, Wrongful Death lawsuits occur because someone was negligent

Here are some examples of wrongful death claims:

  • Doctors malpractice
  • Nurses malpractice
  • Car Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Aviation Accidents
  • Maritime Accidents
  • Railroad Accidents
  • Unsafe construction
  • Defective or malfunctioning products
  • Nursing home neglect and/or abuse