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Acts of negligence and misconduct lead to thousands of wrongful death cases every day. Surviving family members of the victim are left to process the unexpected loss—a painful task which is often further intensified by the legal and financial worries left behind.

When you contact a law firm that takes on wrongful death cases, an attorney will stand by your side to relieve some of the pressure and fight for justice on your behalf. If you lost a loved one or family member in wrongful death, a Titusville wrongful death lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns may be able to pursue a just outcome for you and your family.

We can communicate with all parties involved in the wrongful death incident so that you can focus on grieving your loss. Our lawyers will also go after any forms of compensation for which you may be eligible. Get in touch with our team today at (321) 415-0835.

Common Types of Negligence and Misconduct that Cause Wrongful Death

Wrongful death can happen at any place, and at any time. However, there are a few circumstances under which wrongful death is more likely to occur, due to a heightened risk of danger or negligence. The following sections outline common situations that lead to wrongful death.

Wrongful Death in Workplace Accidents

As the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) states, 2018 had 5,250 reports of fatal work injuries. This was a small increase from the previous year, which had 5,147. When an employer fails to maintain safe working conditions for its employees, the company may be liable if their negligence causes wrongful death.

Those who work on construction sites have a higher risk of injury due to the use of heavy machinery and other equipment. Employees who handle hazardous materials also face some elevated risks. As such, companies who employ these people must provide a thorough training process and maintain safety protocols.

A failure to do so can lead to wrongful death. In workplace accidents that result in a fatality, a lawyer can examine the employer’s role and hold them responsible if their negligence caused the wrongful death.

Criminal Acts that Lead to Wrongful Death

Some wrongful deaths are the result of intentional malice. Criminal activity manifests in many ways. Some criminal acts, such as robberies, put innocent bystanders at risk of wrongful death.

Others, such as assaults, are more deliberate. When some form of criminal activity leads to wrongful death, legal teams will often work with local law enforcement to secure evidence against the responsible parties. This evidence can help to hold them liable for the death they caused in a civil case.

Automobile Accidents

Automobile accidents are a source of thousands of fatalities across the United States each year. While collisions between motor vehicles of any type and size can lead to wrongful death, those involving large trucks and buses carry some elevated dangers. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reports that 4,079 of the fatal collisions that occurred in 2016 involved a large truck or bus.

The size and weight of these vehicles make accidents more deadly. If a commercial truck driver fails to practice safe driving habits and they cause a wrongful death, they may be held liable. Examples of negligent driving behaviors that cause wrongful death include:

  • Drunk or drug-impaired driving.
  • Reckless driving.
  • Speeding.
  • Texting while driving.
  • Drowsy driving.

A Titusville wrongful death lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns may be able to help you identify the liable parties and hold them responsible for their negligence or misconduct. Our legal team will not only collect relevant forms of evidence, but we will also examine any laws that may apply to your situation if you hire us.

We will do everything within our abilities to fight for any forms of compensation available to your family after a wrongful death. To speak to someone in our office, dial (321) 415-0835 today.

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

Pursuing Compensation and Recoverable Damages After a Wrongful Death

Families who lose a loved one due to someone else’s negligence or misconduct have the right to pursue financial compensation and other recoverable damages. There are several types of recoverable damages for which surviving family members may qualify. Some possible damages you may recover compensation for include:

  • Medical expenses.
  • Funeral expenses.
  • Loss of companionship.
  • Loss of provisions and benefits.

Lawyers who handle wrongful death cases can review the details of an incident that caused the fatality and establish any liable parties. In doing so, they are often able to gather vital evidence, such as:

  • Photos.
  • Videos.
  • Eyewitness reports.
  • Phone records.

After establishing liability, your attorney can then begin the process of communicating with any involved parties and negotiating a settlement on your behalf. This means that you will not have to speak to any liable parties, insurance companies, or law enforcement during such an emotionally turbulent time for you and your family.

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Contact Bogin, Munns & Munns Today

When you lose a loved one without warning, it may be tough to think about handling the legal and financial aftermath. A lawyer can help to ease some of this pressure by navigating the legal system for you. A Titusville wrongful death lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns can work to:

  • Support your legal position with evidence
  • Keep you updated on the status of your case
  • Estimate the damages that may be available to your family
  • Speak with any parties involved in the process
  • Fight for your compensation

Let us know about your case today. Contact Bogin, Munns & Munns now at (321) 415-0835.

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