Recovering after losing a loved one
Wrongful death is defined as any death resulting from the negligence or misconduct of another individual, group of individuals, organization or company. Some examples include deaths from work-related accidents, dangerous or defective products, and motor vehicle accidents.
When a loved one dies, a wrongful death claim is usually the last thing on anyone’s mind. An investigation might only begin months or years later. We understand that these cases are not about money; they’re about holding the responsible party accountable. They’re about getting answers and making sure that another family does not have to suffer the same tragedy. However, the emotional and financial losses are real, and the family of the deceased is entitled to compensation.
No Stone Unturned
Sometimes the person who died is the only witness to what happened, so proving wrongful death claims often requires reconstruction of the incident, the use of highly skilled expert witnesses, strong investigation techniques, and the financial resources and experience to stand up to the defendants.
At Romano Law Group, we have the resources, know-how and compassion to help in your time of need. Leaving no stone unturned, our team of personal injury attorneys will thoroughly review accident reports and witness statements to reconstruct the incident while our in-house investigator works with expert witnesses at the top of their field. No matter how complex the case, we will do everything possible to prove the negligence or misconduct of the at-fault parties, and to provide compassionate support for the surviving family members.
With extensive courtroom experience, Romano Law Group serves families of wrongful death victims as well as other victims of personal injury. Our wrongful death lawyers handle cases in West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Boca Raton and South Florida, and throughout the U.S.
If you think you may have a wrongful death claim, please contact a Romano lawyer today.