Saint Cloud Wrongful Death Lawyer

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Many wrongful deaths are the result of negligent or malicious behaviors. When you lose a loved one to someone else’s negligence or misconduct, you may face legal and financial challenges on top of the pain you experience from the unexpected loss. Understand that you do not have to go through this alone.

If you lost a family member in a wrongful death incident, a Saint Cloud wrongful death lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns can work to defend the rights of your family and seek compensation for your losses. Our legal team is passionate about pursuing justice, and we will put our knowledge to work for you. Call our office today at (407) 556-3994.

Common Acts that Cause Wrongful Death

The wrongful death of a family member is often unpredictable and unexpected. It may leave you confused as to how and why the incident happened. However, there are some common scenarios in which a wrongful death is more likely to occur.

Automobile and boating accidents, workplace incidents, and criminal assault are just a few of the most common circumstances in which wrongful death can occur. In many of these incidents, some form of negligent behavior is to blame. While acts of blatant misconduct are possible too, negligence is a far more common issue when looking at wrongful deaths.

Wrongful Death from Drowsy Driving

Drivers who are drowsy behind the wheel demonstrate their negligence by failing to get adequate rest before driving. Drowsy driving is often a problem among those who work long hours or unusual shifts. If drowsy driving is suspected in wrongful death, that driver may be liable for the resulting damages.

Drunk Driving Often Leads to Wrongful Death

Accidents involving drunk and impaired drivers are all too common as well. Drunk driving can cause accidents involving cars or boats in Florida. While intoxicated, drivers have slower reaction times, hindered judgment, and a lack of control over their vehicles.

They may accelerate sporadically, swerve through lanes into oncoming traffic, or fall asleep at the wheel. Each of these acts puts other motorists and pedestrians at risk for severe injuries and wrongful death.

When drunk driving is the cause of an accident, law enforcement will often perform field sobriety tests to confirm the intoxication levels of any driver present. Lawyers can reference these tests and other details in a police report to aid them in establishing the liable parties. Once liability is clear, attorneys can work to negotiate for any forms of compensation available to the surviving family members of the deceased.

Wrongful Death in Animal Attacks

Animal attacks and dog bites can cause serious injuries that may lead to wrongful death. If you lost a loved one in a domesticated animal attack, a lawyer may discover that an act of negligence on the owner’s part was to blame.

As the Florida Department of Health advises, owners of dogs and other animals should make sure that their pet’s rabies vaccination is up to date. A failure to ensure proper vaccinations can result in infections for victims of a dog bite.

If an animal bite leads to the wrongful death of a loved one, the owner of the animal may be held responsible for a negligent act if they failed to take proper precautions with their dog. Lawyers will examine these factors and others as they lead the charge for justice on your family’s behalf.

Criminal Activity

According to Florida Statutes §775.082, those who are found guilty of criminal acts face potentially severe legal consequences, including a lifetime of imprisonment. Like many other states, Florida takes criminal offenses seriously, and law enforcement works to ensure that perpetrators receive punishment to the fullest extent of the law.

Working on similar grounds, wrongful death lawyers can help surviving family members pursue civil cases against those responsible. Attorneys will often reference state and federal laws to aid in establishing a liable party and seeking compensation in civil court for the wrongful death.

A Saint Cloud wrongful death lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns will fight for any compensation that you deserve. We will compile evidence and examine laws to aid in building a case that represents your legal position. Reach out to us today at (407) 556-3994.

To consult with an experienced wrongful death lawyer serving St. Cloud, call 855-780-9986

How a Wrongful Death Attorney Can Help

The loss of a loved one may leave you and your family feeling unsure of how to proceed. It can help to contact legal representation right away. Doing so can give your lawyer time to collect evidence and build a case that supports your legal right for compensation. A lawyer who takes on wrongful death cases can do the heavy lifting so you can focus on grieving the passing of your loved one.

You have the right to recover damages when you lose a family member to wrongful death. Possible forms of compensation that you may be able to seek include:

  • Loss of estate.
  • Loss of provisions and future income.
  • Loss of affection and companionship.
  • Medical and funeral expenses.
  • Therapy and counseling.

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Contact Bogin, Munns & Munns Today

When you hire a Saint Cloud wrongful death lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns, we will determine who was liable in an act that led to the wrongful death of your loved one. Then, we can work to hold them responsible for their behavior.

Our team will strive to gather relevant forms of evidence, communicate with other parties, and pursue any forms of compensation for which you and your family may qualify.

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy, but we can help. To speak to someone in our office about your circumstances, contact us today at (407) 556-3994.

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