Unfortunately, car accidents happen every day, with diverse causes like adverse weather conditions, road hazards, and car failure. Sometimes, the consequences of a car crash turn fatal, and a victim dies from their injuries. If the accident was due to a driver’s negligent acts, it could shake the lives of everyone with close ties to the victim.
If your family lost a family member in a collision, you have our sincerest condolences. Then, when you’re ready, a Daytona Beach car accident lawyer with the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine can review your legal options and help you secure the compensation you need and deserve.
What Our Wrongful Death Lawyers Can Do For You
Dealing with the loss of a close family member while trying to figure out how to pay your bills, replace your car, support your family, and keep your house can be a paralyzing experience.
However, all these issues are connected to money. Fortunately, the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine has decades of experience figuring out how much compensation you need and seeing the at-fault parties for your loved one’s death pay what’s owed you.
With the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine on your case, you can expect the following from our wrongful death lawyers:
- Filing police reports
- Calculating damages
- Conducting Investigation
- Proving fault
- Communicating with Insurance companies
- Preparing for court
The Benefits Of Working With Our Team
The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine provides a reliable service so that your mind and heart can be where it needs to be—with your family.
As such, we will provide you with your attorney’s phone number for easy contact. We’ll also provide frequent updates on your case, help set up appointments, and assist in setting up car repairs.
In addition, as a firm that supports local charities like the Broward Sheriff’s Foundation, we believe in giving back to our community. Thus, we’re committed to providing you with service at no upfront cost to you. If we successfully win your case, only then will we collect our fee from any award you receive.
Wrongful Death Claim’s Entitle Surviving Families To A Number Of Damages
In a wrongful death case, your loved one might not have died from their accident injuries immediately. However, the injuries they sustained and the pain and suffering they experienced before dying are significant factors in your claim.
For example, several months might have passed before your family member died, which would mean weeks of treatment and medical bills that must be reimbursed in a successful settlement. In addition, your car repair bills could also range from unreasonable to exorbitant in the event of a total loss.
While your award must cover the decadent’s medical bills before their passing and vehicle repair expenses, this compensation will not secure your family’s financial future. There are additional damages you need to consider. For example, the deceased might have been the family’s breadwinner. Thus, we must account for their lost income and its impact on your house’s financial ecosystem.
We Also Account For Your Grief
There are also noneconomic damages such as emotional anguish, loss of companionship, parental support, and pain and suffering for both the family and your deceased loved one.
Depending on your situation, these can make up a significant amount of your settlement. So, do not leave any details out when working with our lawyers to calculate your damages. Instead, we want to arrive at a number that’s exactly what you need in damages by the end of the case—and not a cent less.
The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine Helps Grieving Victims Collect What’s Owed To Them
Hit-and-run accidents, drunk driving, fatigued driving, vehicle misconduct, aggressive behavior—there is no shortage of ways a collision can occur unnecessarily. However, every case is not built the same, and sometimes, proving liability will require closer investigation:
- Malfunctioning car parts or defective tires would suggest that manufacturers have some responsibility for the crash.
- Malfunctioning or missing traffic signals could shift blame to the city.
In addition, roadside debris, hazards, and poor weather conditions can further complicate an investigation. However, the acquisition of dashcam footage, witness testimonies, and other evidence will assist in identifying all at-fault parties. Our experienced wrongful death attorneys will collect this evidence for you while simultaneously filing any necessary reports.
Lastly, it’s possible that the at-fault driver committed a crime (like a hit-and-run). You could also file a claim against the negligent motorist in these circumstances. Even if they receive jail time, this won’t affect your ability to seek compensation for your losses and shouldn’t deter you from filing a civil lawsuit against them.
Don’t Wait: File A Wrongful Death Claim For Your Loved One ASAP
Grieving Floridians have two years from the date of their loved one’s passing to file a wrongful death claim to recover compensation for their loss, according to Florida Statutes §95.11.
The time spent immediately after losing someone should be spent grieving, not worrying about the legalities. So, you won’t want to hesitate to file a claim. Instead, we urge you to act as soon as possible and allow us to begin work seeking damages on your behalf.
Get A Fatal Car Accident Lawyer On Your Case Today
The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine has lawyers in Daytona Beach on standby to hear your story. So, contact us any time to receive a free review of your case. Let us help you put your life back together, one little piece at a time.
We Can Help.