Ocala Wrongful Death Lawyer

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The unexpected death of a family member is an especially difficult experience to go through. Worse, handling the grief of this loss is often compounded by a web of legal and financial concerns if the death occurred because of another person’s actions.

If you lost a loved one or family member due to another party’s negligence, you may be able to recover damages. An Ocala wrongful death lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns can stand up for justice on your behalf. The lawyer can evaluate your wrongful death claim and pursue all legal remedies on your behalf.

When you hire us, our legal team will work to determine any liable parties and build your case for compensation. Call us today at (352) 649-3701 to speak with a representative of our office.

Wrongful Death in Collisions

Wrongful death occurs when one party’s negligence results in the death of another. While an instance of wrongful death can come about in a variety of ways, car accidents are perhaps one of the most common scenarios.

With dangers like driving at high speeds and distraction behind the wheel, automobile accidents are responsible for many wrongful deaths each year. Drivers whose negligence results in a collision and subsequent death should be held liable for their actions. A lawyer who works on wrongful death cases will make it their mission to investigate an accident and analyze its circumstances to determine who is at fault.

Distracted driving is a widespread problem across the United States. Florida drivers are no exception when it comes to this dangerous behavior, which is why the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) began enforcing the Wireless Communications While Driving Law in 2019.

When drivers become distracted by smartphones, tablets, or other electronic devices, they are engaging in negligent driving behavior. This negligence places themselves, pedestrians, and other drivers in harm’s way. Accidents that occur because of drivers who were texting are entirely avoidable. Florida’s texting while driving law punishes drivers found guilty of operating an electronic device behind the wheel.

To consult with an experienced wrongful death lawyer serving Ocala, call 855-686-6752

Wrongful Death from a Boating Accident

Boating accidents are another common source of wrongful death in Florida. Boating is a popular leisure activity for locals and tourists alike in this state. As a result, boating accidents occur with greater frequency in Florida than in other areas of the country.

Many boating accidents cause severe injuries, with some resulting in wrongful death. Data from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security highlights just how many boating accidents there were in the United States in 2018.

Reports indicate that in 2018, the Coast Guard attended to 4,145 accidents. These resulted in 633 deaths and 2,511 injuries. Property damage from recreational boating accidents amounted to about $46 million.

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Construction Accidents Can Lead to Wrongful Death

Construction sites can pose some serious risks for workers and pedestrians. Improper use or malfunction of heavy equipment, slip and falls, and dangerous building materials can all cause injuries and wrongful death on a worksite.

Losing a loved one to an accident and pursuing a wrongful death claim can be overwhelming to handle on your own. An Ocala wrongful death lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns can take care of every detail involved in your case if you decide to work with us.

We will communicate with all necessary parties on your behalf so that you may focus on grieving your loss. Call us today at (352) 649-3701.

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Pursuing Compensation and Recoverable Damages for Wrongful Death

If you lost a loved one to a negligent act, you may be eligible to receive compensation. A lawyer who handles wrongful death cases can work to investigate the incident and establish liable parties and pursue any forms of compensation for which you may qualify.

In addition to investigating the circumstances of the wrongful death, lawyers will often examine state and federal laws that may apply to the case. For example, Florida Statutes § 768.19 allows certain family members of a victim of wrongful death to pursue damages. This generally includes the victim’s spouse, parents, and children.

Referencing this law and others, lawyers will assess the damage a wrongful death caused and work to negotiate a settlement that addresses these losses. Possible forms of compensation that you may be able to pursue include:

  • Loss of services and financial support.
  • Funeral expenses.
  • Medical expenses.
  • Emotional pain and suffering.

While financial compensation will not reverse the pain you experienced in losing a person close to you, it can help you handle any financial obligations left behind. Most people find that the emotional pain of communicating with another party involved in the wrongful death of a loved one is too much to handle. A lawyer can assist in this regard, by stepping in to take care of all necessary communications on your behalf.

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Contact Bogin, Munns & Munns Today

Wrongful deaths are challenging for many reasons. Having a lawyer investigate the case and fight on your behalf can help to ease some of your stress so you can begin to heal and recover.

An Ocala wrongful death lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns can stand up to fight for justice on your behalf after a wrongful death. Our attorneys will work to gather relevant evidence and pursue a settlement with any parties involved in the incident.

If we are unable to settle your claim, we can continue the fight for justice by defending your position in trial. To learn more, reach out and call our office today at (352) 649-3701.

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