Death of a loved one is always devastating, and it’s even worse when your loved one dies as a result of the actions of someone who acted carelessly, negligently or maliciously. At Mitchel I. Kirshbaum, P.A., we understand that nothing heals the pain you feel from the death of a loved one but we can help ease the pain by helping make sure that a loved one’s death does not leave a financial burden.
At Mitchel I. Kirshbaum, P.A., we stand with you and your struggle towards justice. We will do everything possible to obtain the fair and full compensation that you are entitled to after your loved one’s death. We aim to ensure that you can at least move on with your life to the best of your ability, without financial hassles.
Wrongful death cases are complicated and can often have hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars of damages at stake. That’s the reason you must have an attorney to represent you who takes care of your case, who understands what is happening and who has the legal knowledge to get the compensation you deserve. At Mitchel I. Kirshbaum, P.A., we are here to help you bring justice to the loss of your loved one. Call us or contact us online today to learn more about how we can help you.
Wrongful death can result from a drunk driving accident, boating accident, nursing home negligence, medical error, dangerous drug, defective product, unsafe workplace conditions, or the condition of a building or other structure. We can explain who can legally file a civil action, against whom to file a wrongful death claim, and what damages you can recover. Our many decades of experience with wrongful death cases provide us with the knowledge to get results. We are dedicated to protecting your rights and financial future. If a loved one has died unnecessarily, we will pursue legal remedies to ensure that you receive the maximum compensation, which may include:
- Funeral expenses
- Loss of companionship and protection
- Loss of the deceased’s income
- Medical expenses
- Mental pain and suffering
If you have reason to believe that the death of a loved one was the fault of another, call for a free consultation.