Knowledgeable St. Petersburg, Wrongful Death Attorneys
The unexpected loss of a family member is even more tragic when their death is caused by someone else’s careless, negligent or deliberately malicious behavior. While dealing with the death of a loved one is always difficult, doing so can become infinitely more complex when you try to set aside your devastation to deal with the legal aspects of filing a wrongful death lawsuit. At Justin C. Johnson & Associates, our attorneys possess a thorough understanding of Florida wrongful death law.
Our law firm represents families in lawsuits involving:
- Auto accidents
- Truck accidents
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Motorcycle accidents
- Defective products
- Lack of proper security
We know the profound impact the loss of your loved one has had on your life, which is why we devote substantial resources to every wrongful death case we take. We employ private investigators and work with expert witnesses to ensure every case receives the attention and resources it deserves. We carefully collect and preserve evidence from accident scenes, and we seek out any witnesses to obtain their testimonies. We explore all options when building your case to make certain you receive the maximum compensation possible under Florida law.
Types of compensation in a wrongful death claim
The damages you receive in a wrongful death lawsuit depend on a variety of factors, including the severity of the accident and your loved one’s suffering prior to passing. Our attorneys help clients receive compensation for:
- Medical costs
- Funeral expenses
- Mental anguish
- Loss of future earnings
- Loss of love, affection and companionship
- Loss of protection and guidance
- Benefits lost due to the victim’s death, including medical insurance
Contact our St. Petersburg wrongful death law firm
Justin C. Johnson & Associates has the legal savvy you need by your side when filing a wrongful death lawsuit in Florida. Contact our firm’s St. Petersburg office online or at 727.732.4676 to speak to an attorney regarding the circumstances of your loved one’s death.