Tallahassee Wrongful Death Attorneys
Losing A Loved One Can Be One Of The Worst Experiences Of Your Life
When your family member dies because of the negligence of another, it makes the whole situation worse. If that person hadn’t been driving drunk, if the company had paid to get that scaffolding fixed or if the doctor had paid more attention during the operation, your loved one would still be with you. All of these situations are considered negligent. You have the right to file a wrongful death claim against the negligent parties to hold them accountable for their actions. Our Tallahassee wrongful death lawyers can help.
The law firm of Hinkle & Foran has helped many people who have lost loved ones in fatal accidents. Our reputation for successfully resolving complicated cases is well-known in Florida, to the point that many other attorneys refer clients to us because they know we will serve them well. Our track record is proven by our long list of verdicts and settlements.
The Importance Of Accountability
By holding the person, company or entity responsible for your family member’s death accountable for the harm it has caused, you can potentially see several benefits:
- Changes may be made that prevent this type of harm from happening to anyone else in the future
- You receive compensation for your loved one’s loss
- You can have a sense of closure and of justice being done
We respect your need to mourn and recover from your loss. However, the sooner you act, the more likely we are to reach a positive outcome in your case. Evidence can be tampered with or disappear if you wait too long. Witness memories fade, and it becomes harder to uncover the truth.
We know that money will never make up for the loss of your family member, but it can help pay for funeral expenses, medical bills and lost income. It can provide for support and services the loved one would have provided. We understand the pain you are in, and we truly want to help you find peace of mind regarding this devastating loss.
We Will Help You See That Justice Is Served For Your Family Member
All cases are taken on a contingency basis, so you pay nothing unless your case is successfully resolved.