Hollywood Wrongful Death Lawyer If your loved one suffered a fatal accident due to negligence or wrongdoing, you may qualify for a wrongful death lawsuit.

Losing a family member because of someone else’s reckless actions is devastating. Fortunately, our Hollywood wrongful death lawyers can help you hold the responsible party accountable under Florida law. 

Our attorneys can fight for compensation for your loved one’s medical bills and other expenses. We want to help you secure the financial resources you need to settle your loved one’s estate and get your family’s life back on track. 

For a free legal consultation with a wrongful death lawyer serving Hollywood, call (800) 747-3733

Motor Vehicle Accidents Are a Leading Cause of Wrongful Death

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), vehicle collisions are among the top three leading causes of accidental death nationwide (along with falls and poisonings). In Broward County in 2021, there were more than 260 crash fatalities. If your loved one died from injuries sustained in a  car, truck, or motorcycle accident on United States Highway 1 or another road in Hollywood, our lawyers can assist you. 

Other Common Wrongful Death Cases

In addition to vehicle accidents, we also represent clients in wrongful death cases resulting from:

  • Premises liability issues Property owners are responsible for the condition and safety of their premises. Wrongful death cases that come under the umbrella of premises liability include accidental drownings, slip and falls, and fire and burn injuries. 
  • Defective products We help the families of victims injured by defective or dangerous products or medical devices. Currently, our firm is involved with several mass torts, including the Zantac cancer lawsuit and the Paragard IUD lawsuit. We can tell you more about whether your wrongful death suit qualifies for a class action. 
  • Medical malpractice Our lawyers can help you hold a doctor, nurse, or medical facility accountable if a medical mistake resulted in your loved one’s death. Examples of malpractice include surgical errors, medication errors, failure to diagnose or treat, and failure to provide follow-up care. We also assist with birth injuries. 
  • Nursing home abuse and neglect We can fight for you if your loved one died because of abusive or neglectful nursing home care. 
  • Workplace injuries We assist with wrongful death cases and workers’ compensation claims involving on-the-job accidents and construction injuries. 

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Our Lawyers Can Help you Seek Damages

A deceased’s personal representative (executor) must take wrongful death action on behalf of the estate and the deceased’s survivors, according to Florida Statutes § 768.20. Eligible survivors include the deceased’s spouse, biological or adopted children, and parents. If there are no primary beneficiaries, biological or adopted next-of-kin can receive damages. 

Wrongful death compensation may include:

  • Medical treatment We can recover the cost of medical procedures, hospitalizations, emergency transportation, emergency department services, medications, hospice, or any other medical needs resulting from your family member’s fatal injury. 
  • Funeral and burial expenses This includes the cost of services, urns, caskets, burial plots, and other necessary end-of-life expenses. 
  • Lost income and future earnings We can seek your loved one’s lost wages, earnings, and benefits from the time of injury until death. We can also pursue compensation for future lost income and savings the deceased would have earned if not for their fatal accident. 
  • Loss of the deceased’s support and services Surviving family members can receive compensation for their mental pain and suffering, loss of their loved one’s companionship, loss of parental instruction and guidance, and loss of the deceased’s support and protection. 

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Our Attorneys Can Prove Liability

Our Hollywood wrongful death lawyers can investigate your loved one’s fatal accident or injury and determine the cause. We can prove the liable party acted negligently or wrongfully. Building your case may involve:

  • Visiting the scene of your loved one’s accident to collect physical evidence and take photographs
  • Speaking with your loved one’s doctors and obtaining their medical records (with your permission)
  • Working with accident reconstruction experts
  • Tracking down any cell phone, surveillance, or dashcam footage
  • Locating and interviewing eyewitnesses
  • Obtaining police and accident reports

In addition to establishing liability and negligence, we will also prove your loved one’s death caused financial losses. We will obtain and calculate bills, receipts, and other proof of out-of-pocket expenses. If necessary, we can work with economists and financial experts to value your loved one’s future lost wages and other financial hardships created by their death. 

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We Can File Your Case Before the Statute of Limitations Expires

If seeking an insurance settlement is an option, our attorneys can file your claim and work to negotiate an advantageous agreement. However, your best course of action for achieving fair compensation may be a lawsuit. 

According to Florida Statutes § 95.11(4)(d), you have two years from your loved one’s passing to file a wrongful death action in civil court. Even if you feel confident your case will settle, you do not want to ignore this deadline. An expired statute can reduce your bargaining power and may result in underpaid or denied insurance claims. 

Whether seeking compensation through a claim or lawsuit, our team will handle every detail so that you can worry about taking care of yourself and your family. We will:

  • Manage case paperwork and deadlines
  • Draft and file official documents
  • Communicate with insurance agents and opposing counsel on your behalf
  • Fight for you during negotiations
  • Appear on your behalf in court if necessary
  • Represent you during a trial if needed

We Will Not Collect a Fee Unless We Win

We do not want the cost of a lawyer to stand in the way of seeking justice for your loved one. When you work with us, you pay nothing until we win your case. Our fees come from your successful settlement or verdict, not out of pocket. 

Additionally, we pride ourselves on our responsive legal service. We will not leave you guessing about the direction of your case. We promise to return calls or emails quickly, provide regular updates, and give clear and straightforward answers to your questions. We will even give you your lawyer’s phone number so you can reach out directly. 

Call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine To Learn More About How We Can Help

To get started on your case today, call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine for a free consultation.