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Indian River County Wrongful Death Lawyer

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If you recently lost a loved one, you may understandably still be mourning the loss. You may be hurt and confused because the death could have been avoided. There is nothing more painful than losing someone dear to you. An Indian River wrongful death lawyer from Kogan & DiSalvo could help you navigate your way through this difficult time.

A team of well-versed injury attorneys knows what families may be entitled to when the death of their loved one was wrongfully caused by someone else and could work tirelessly in advance to get them the compensation they deserve. Compensation may not bring back your loved ones, but it can help to offset many of the expenses associated with losing a loved one and could enable you to focus on your healing. Holding the wrongdoer accountable honors the life of the individual who has passed and could help family members on their path to recovery.

Wrongful Death Cases Explained

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The laws on wrongful death in Florida are covered in Florida Statutes § 768. The law says that a wrongful death constitutes as an individual causing the death of another person due to a wrongful act, breach of contract, or negligence. If the deceased individual could have been able to recover compensation for their injuries, the person that may have caused the injuries that allegedly led to the death could be held liable.

Recovering Compensation in Indian River

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Since the deceased individual could not pursue damages, it is important to determine who may go forth with the claims. These laws allow the personal representative of the deceased family to pursue an action for damages. Survivors could be the decedent’s parents, children, spouse, or, other blood relatives. Damages that may be recovered include the following:

  • Loss of support and services, including from the time of death through the time of litigation, as well as future losses
  • Loss of companionship
  • Loss of protection
  • Mental pain and suffering
  • Loss of parental companionship, instruction, and guidance (only if the decedent had minor children at the time of death)
  • Funeral expenses
  • Medical expenses
  • Loss of earnings of the decedent

Talk to an Indian River County Wrongful Death Attorney Today

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You may already be dealing with a lot if you are mourning the tremendous loss of your loved one. An Indian River wrongful death lawyer from Kogan & DiSalvo could help you get through this difficult time. Our attorneys could work with you through each step of the way so that you are never alone making decisions. By making sure you understand the options available to you and conducting a thorough investigation of the facts of your case, a compassionate attorney may be a helpful addition to your situation.

Our team of dedicated attorneys could help you develop a strong legal strategy to pursue your claim and work with you one-on-one, from start to finish, and take on the burden of this legal process so that you may focus on your family. Reach out today for a free, fully confidential consultation.

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