Losing a loved one is never easy, especially when you’re facing unexpected legal and financial decisions. If their untimely death resulted from another’s recklessness, negligence, or deliberate act, you need to speak with a skilled wrongful death attorney. In Florida and Georgia, there’s a 2-year statute of limitations to make a claim. The Leach Firm, PA, is prepared to help you through this challenging time by ensuring you receive the fairest legal solutions possible for your case.
Our personal injury lawyer understands how difficult it can be to dwell on a loss, but also knows how important it is to pursue your case as quickly as possible. A decade from now, you might still feel the financial and emotional impact of your loss but be unable to pursue a legal claim. For that reason, consulting a personal injury attorney as soon as you can is the best decision for your family’s future. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with our team in English or Spanish.
We Pursue Punitive Damages for the Loss of Your Loved One
In cases involving reckless, intentional, and malicious conduct, the surviving family members of a wrongful death victim may be granted punitive damages. These are designed to punish specific behaviors, but there is a limit regarding what can be awarded.
Wrongful death cases may involve defective or malfunctioning products, medical malpractice, vehicular accidents, workplace hazards, and criminal actions, to name a few. When your loved one has died due to these or any other situations caused by negligent or deliberate behavior, talk to us today. You only pay us if we recover compensation for you and your family.