The Value of a Wrongful Death Case in Florida

Death is the biggest loss a person, spouse, or family member can endure. Whenever a loved one dies, it can be challenging to move on emotionally. However, when that person’s death was the result of another person’s negligent or careless actions, it can be even more difficult to move on. If that is the unfortunate situation you are faced with, it is important to work with experienced Gainesville wrongful death attorneys who can help you receive the compensation you need.

At the Goldberg Law Office, we represent individuals throughout north central Florida in personal injury and wrongful death cases. With more than 25 years of experience, we help individuals receive the compensation they need.

Types of Compensation Available

When a person dies, his or her loved ones may be entitled to receive a broad range of compensation and money damages. We know that there is no amount of financial compensation that can bring a loved one back from death or erase the pain of loss you are feeling, but a successful wrongful death recovery can be used to alleviate some of the financial stress that comes with a person’s death.

Although it is difficult to quantify a value in wrongful death cases, when clients contact us, we often use experts and economists to help put an accurate financial value on the loss suffered. Economists can help evaluate a variety of figures, including:

  • Medical bills
  • Funeral expenses
  • Loss of consortium (spousal services)
  • Lost wages
  • Future earnings
  • Loss and emotional trauma (pain and suffering)

Contact Experienced Gainesville Accident Death Attorneys

If you lost a loved one in a fatal car accident or another accident caused by another person’s negligence, we can help you receive the compensation you need. Although we cannot erase the emotional pain you are experiencing, we can provide the counsel you need to help you through a difficult time. Learn more about the representation we provide by contacting us online or calling (352) 376-1200 to schedule your free consultation with an experienced lawyer.