Monthly Archives: February 2020
Doctors and pharmacists have to adhere to a duty of care. When they make medication mistakes, they can be liable for the damages and losses you incurred. If your mother’s overdose was caused because the doctor or pharmacist ordered or filled the wrong dosage of drug, you can seek justice. A doctor could be… Read More »
My Husband Died From Internal Bleeding Due To The Type Of Medication He Was Taking. Can I Sue For Wrongful Death?
We are deeply saddened for your loss. Most likely you can file a wrongful death lawsuit, but it may depend. The circumstances that surrounded your husband’s death will influence the course of action or legal avenue that you can take. There may be many different parties that could be held liable that include: Pharmaceutical… Read More »
A: We are deeply saddened to hear of your loss, and we know that there are no words that can take away your pain and sorrow. This is why suing the responsible party can help aid in your recovery, giving you a sense of justice and helping to right the wrong that was done… Read More »
My Wife Was Killed In A Pedestrian Accident By Another Driver. I Can’t Afford An Attorney, So What Are My Options To Pursue A Wrongful Death Case?
A: We are deeply saddened to hear that your wife died in a South Florida pedestrian accident. We extend our heartfelt condolences to you and your family and wish you strength to get through this tragic time. When you are faced with a loss of a love one, it is hard enough to just… Read More »
People Think I’m Pursuing A Wrongful Death Lawsuit To Profit From My Loved One’s Death. What Should I Say To Them?
We are saddened to hear of your loved one’s passing, and would like to offer our deepest condolences. In addition, we are sorry to hear you find yourself in this situation. Many people assume that those who pursue lawsuits are just trying to make a fast buck, but what they don’t understand is that… Read More »
In order to prove a wrongful death claim and hold someone responsible, there are three things you much prove, including: Establish someone else was at fault and acted negligently. For example, the death of your loved one could have been the result of a drunk driver, poorly designed highway, or defective car. Show that… Read More »
There are many problems that can occur at nursing homes that can result in wrongful death. Sadly, many elderly residents die in the very hands of professionals who were supposed to take care of them. While the reasons can vary, nursing home wrongful death in South Florida typically occurs as a result of abuse… Read More »
We are saddened to hear of your loss and wish you the best during this difficult time. When a home catches on fire, it can be for many different reasons. Sometimes, people leave candles lit or overload an extension cord, causing a fire. However, many house fires are often the result of defective products… Read More »
My Son Died While Sleeping, And I Think The Crib Could Have Been Defective. Can I Hold The Manufacturer Responsible For My Son’s Death?
We are so saddened to hear of your devastating loss. Typically, the manufacturer of the product would be responsible. However, because a case of this nature is very serious, it is critical that a lawyer is retained to investigate the incident, gather evidence, and create a case to challenge the manufacturer. Unfortunately, Florida wrongful… Read More »
My Blood Disorder Doesn’t Necessarily Fit The Listing Requirement That Social Security Has In Place. Does That Mean That I May Not Qualify For Disability Benefits?
A: It is true that when you file an application for disability benefits in Florida that the Social Security Administration (SSA) will assign a claims examiner to your file to review it and determine if your impairment meets the Listing of Impairments in their blue book. There is a section in this manual dedicated… Read More »