Miami Wrongful Death Lawyers
Serving Miami-Dade County & Throughout Florida
Death affects us in profound ways. The emotional, mental, and financial ripples of a loved one's death can stretch for years. The law recognizes the damage that death can cause to a spouse, children, parents, or siblings. That is why when someone is killed due to negligence, the law allows the surviving family to hold the at-fault party accountable.
Our firm has helped families receive compensation for:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of companionship
- Loss of consortium
- Loss of parental support
- Loss of financial provision
- Medical and funeral costs
Our wrongful death attorneys have 150+ years of combined experience handling cases nationwide. Our goal with every case is to prepare it as thoroughly as possible to help our clients receive what they need to move forward. We utilize everything from medical experts to trial simulations to make your case as strong and compelling as possible.
Call (305) 770-6335 today to see if our wrongful death firm can help you. We offer free consultations and represent clients from Florida, the U.S., and worldwide.
Types of Wrongful Death Cases
While wrongful death cases stem from scenarios where an entity failed to act according to “normal procedure,” there are a variety of wrongful death situations that each have their legal ramifications.
The following can result in a case involving wrongful death:
Malpractice that results in a wrongful death is one of the hardest situations for a family to endure. Hospitals and doctors exist to help a loved one through sickness or ailment. When a routine surgery turns into a wrongful death, a family can feel betrayed by the system. Malpractice wrongful death scenarios need to be heard in front of a court. In some situations, a successful wrongful death case against a practicing doctor can result in the revocation of his or her license. This means the pain you endured might be the key to stopping a negligent doctor from hurting another family.
Crashes happen every day. Often, they result in serious injuries. Even death. Drivers who carelessly get behind the wheel and take another life should be held responsible for the fatality they caused. Negligent driving maneuvers can include: failing to put on turn signals when changing lanes, driving through red lights, speeding, drinking and driving, texting and driving, and other non-compliant actions. Any and all of these traffic violations can end with the death of a loved one.
- Work-Related Accidents
Fatal occupational accidents are devastating to loved ones left behind. When an employer has acted negligently and has killed someone through their actions, it is only appropriate that the dependents of the deceased receive compensation for their loved one’s untimely passing. This is especially true when the departed was the primary breadwinner of a family. In these scenarios, the company has not only taken the loved one from their family—but they've also taken their primary means of survival. Workplace fatalities can result in wrongful death cases due to the following scenarios: complications of chemical exposure, machine malfunctions, breaches in safety protocols, explosions, and other work hazards.
- Supervised Activities
Part of vacationing means you can try new things; however, numerous deaths occur each year during supervised recreational activities. Supervised activities require that clients put their trust in the hands of the company employees. When the company fails to uphold their safety regulations, people can be injured and killed. Managers may not be paying attention to their clients, safety protocols may not be given to customers, and staff may fail to do their jobs. These are all reasons why a family may sue a company for the wrongful death of their loved one.
We Know How to Win Wrongful Death Cases
Many attorneys talk about the amazing results they obtain. Our law firm knows talk is cheap. The law is about results. Thanks to our approach, we have secured hundreds of millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients. This money has helped them secure their futures, allowing them to grieve in peace without fear of financial insecurity.
Our case results have included the following:
- $14 million verdict for parents of a son killed in fraternity hazing prank
- $4.1 million verdict for children of a father killed while parasailing
- $2.1 million settlement for a man killed by an undiagnosed tumor
- Confidential mediated settlement for a death caused by fraternity hazing
As a result of our work, our firm has been selected to U.S. News' Best Law Firms® list, been invited into the Inner Circle of Advocates, have the highest-possible rating from Martindale-Hubbell® (AV® Preeminent™), and are board certified as experts by the Florida State Bar. However, what's more important than the accolades is what they demonstrate.
We are Miami wrongful death attorneys who are wholly committed to our clients' well-being, forming close relationships that go beyond legal service. When you want skill backed by compassion, experience fortified by empathy, then call Stewart Tilghman Fox Bianchi & Cain, P.A. at (305) 770-6335. Our law firm has a nationwide reach.
Call (305) 770-6335 to schedule a free consultation with a member of our law firm. We are prepared to help resolve your case as effectively and quickly as possible.