In the state of Florida, wrongful death occurs when someone dies due to the wrongful act, negligence, default, or breach of contract or warranty of any person (Fla. Stat. 768.19 (2021)).
If you have lost a loved one in the event of a wrongful death, you may be entitled to compensation. A Tampa Wrongful Death Attorney at Inkelaar Law is prepared to aggressively fight for the victim and their family’s rights with compassion, dedication, and experience.
Learn more today about the next steps to take after a wrongful death accident occurs and how the team at Inkelaar Law may be able to help.
There are a wide variety of wrongful death incidents that may prompt a lawsuit to take place. These accidents may include car accidents, pedestrian accidents, defective products, and more.
Here are several other incidences in which a wrongful death case may take place:
If you are unsure if your loved ones’ death may prompt a wrongful death case, it is best to contact a Tampa Wrongful Death Attorney as soon as possible.
After an event of a wrongful death occurs, it is understandable that filing a lawsuit is not at the forefront of the victims’ loved ones’ minds. However, seeking the justice they deserve is highly important. It is also crucial that filing a lawsuit is done within the statute of limitations, which may vary in different circumstances.
The expert team at Inkelaar Law has more than 30 years of experience practicing law, and have won clients more than 40 million dollars. As a team of family lawyers, we know how sensitive and complex wrongful death cases can be. Not only do we have the expertise necessary to fight for justice, but we also have the passion and dedication that cannot be matched.
With multilingual capabilities, we are proud to serve individuals with a wide variety of backgrounds. And, we won’t charge any up front retainer fee, meaning you will only pay a fee if we are able to obtain financial compensation.
If your loved one was involved in a wrongful death, contact a Tampa Wrongful Death Attorney at Inkelaar Law at (813) 535-5574 or complete our contact request form for a free consultation.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.