Wrongful Death Lawyers in Boynton Beach, Serving All of Florida

Best Wrongful Death Lawyers in Boynton Beach

Boynton Beach Based Wrongful Death Lawyers

You are searching for the best Boynton Beach wrongful death lawyers to make sense of the loss you just sustained. Following the wrongful death of a loved one, your world turns upside down. How did this happen? How will my family cope with this loss? Who is responsible for my family member’s wrongful death?

As experienced and caring Boynton Beach wrongful death lawyers, we are here to help you through this most difficult chapter. Call us now at 561-717-0812 to learn more about your legal rights in a free wrongful death case consultation.

More About our Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Lawyers

Not Your Average Injury Law Firm

At Senior Justice Law Firm, we are different from other South Florida firms. Our Boynton Beach personal injury lawyers do not advertise on bus benches. You will not see us on daytime TV commercials promising you $10,000 in PIP benefits. We limit our practice to cases involving wrongful death and catastrophic injury. This focus allows us to maximize our client’s settlements and verdicts on wrongful death cases we accept. In fact, the majority of our case load involves wrongful death claims, not mere personal injury claims.

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We handle each wrongful death case with passion, and compassion.

We Are a Law Firm, Not a Law Factory

Many law firms attempt to sign up as many car accident cases as they can. With 30+ staff members and few attorneys, these law firms settle almost all their claims without an attorney touching the case. Typically, these settlements are small. This is an example of a high volume-low value injury law firm. We are not passing judgment on firms that operate this way. However, if you have a valuable Boynton wrongful death case, you want to make sure your case will receive detailed attorney attention. A wrongful death lawsuit requires much more attention to detail than a garden variety personal injury claim.

Low Volume, High Value Cases is our Law Firm Model

Instead, we limit our caseload to high value cases involving wrongful death allegations. From your initial in-person consultation, you will meet with a lawyer, not a case manager. Throughout the life of your Boynton Beach wrongful death lawsuit, your case will be handled by a lawyer, not a paralegal. When you have questions on your case, your bills, your damages, etc., you will get answers from an experienced attorney, not a legal assistant.

One should not expect this kind of one-on-one attorney attention with a small car crash claim. However, you have sought out serious wrongful death attorneys. We believe your case deserves nothing less. Set up an in-person meeting in our Boynton Beach office and see why we are different.

A History of Success Prosecuting Florida Wrongful Death Claims

Our attorneys have recovered tens of millions of dollars for families in Florida wrongful death cases. We have some of the largest recorded jury verdicts in Florida. Best of all, we are conveniently located here in Boynton Beach. Our office is in the Woolbright Corporate Center II at 1903 S. Congress Avenue, just south of Woolbright Road.

Too shaken up by your loss to come into our office? We totally understand. Our lawyers can come to you at your convenience.

Seeing is Believing: Talk With our Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Attorneys Today

Choosing your Boynton Beach wrongful death lawyer is a serious decision. After all, you only get to bring your claim one time. We strongly encourage you to set up an appointment to speak with one of our skilled Boynton Beach wrongful death attorneys. The consultation is free and there is no obligation to retain our law firm. Additionally, we do not charge any fees or costs to you unless we make a recovery. Our fees are either 33 1/3% or 40% of your gross settlement, depending on when the case resolves.

You have nothing to lose by speaking with our wrongful death lawyers. If nothing else, we can help start your investigation into your loved one’s passing. Call us today to begin the conversation at 561-717-0812.

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Attorneys Michael Brevda (L) and Jeff Fenster (R)

Wrongful Death attorneys of Senior Justice Law Firm

More Information on Specific Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Lawsuits

What Kind of Damages Can Be Claimed in a Florida Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

This depends on the specific type of wrongful death claim (see the below paragraphs for more information on your specific wrongful death claim type). However, generally speaking, in a Florida wrongful death case, you can claim:

  • Pain and suffering to the survivors of the decedent, for the death of their loved one
  • Lost earnings and loss of net accumulations of the decedent
  • Funeral bills
  • Any medical bills incurred due to the negligence

If the victim died but not as a result of the negligence. You can bring a survival claim instead of a wrongful death claim. In a survival claim, you can seek:

  • Pain and suffering of the deceased victim from the time of injury until the time of their death
  • Loss of income from the time of injury until the time of their death
  • Medical bills incurred from time of injury until time of death

Unsure what kind of case you have? Click to learn more about the legal differences between a survival claim and a wrongful death case.

Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Lawsuit vs. a Negligent Driver in a Car Accident Case

Quick Facts

  • Controlling Law: This kind of wrongful death claim would be subject to Florida’s Wrongful Death Act.
  • Statute of limitations: 2 years from the date of the death.
  • Damages: Pain and suffering of the statutory survivors, funeral bills, medical bills, lost wages, loss of net accumulations to the estate.
  • Statutory Survivors: Surviving Spouse; Children (if no spouse); Siblings, Parents (if no spouse or children).
  • Pre-Suit Required: None. You can file the wrongful death lawsuit right away.

Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Lawsuit vs. a Hospital in a Medical Malpractice Case

Quick Facts

  • Controlling Law: This kind of wrongful death claim would be subject to Chapter 766 of the Florida Statutes, as well as the Wrongful Death Act.
  • Statute of limitations: 2 years from the date of injury.
  • Damages: Pain and suffering of the statutory survivors, funeral bills, medical bills, lost wages, loss of net accumulations to the estate.
  • Statutory Survivors: Surviving Spouse; Children Under the Age of 25 at time of Death (if no spouse).
  • Pre-Suit Required: 90 day pre-suit investigatory period. Expert affidavit is required.

Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Lawsuit vs. a Nursing Home in a Nursing Home Abuse Case

Quick Facts

  • Controlling Law: This kind of wrongful death claim would be subject to Chapter 400 of the Florida Statutes.
  • Statute of limitations: 2 years from the date of when the family first suspected Florida nursing home abuse.
  • Damages: Pain and suffering of the statutory survivors, funeral bills, medical bills, lost wages, loss of net accumulations to the estate.
  • Statutory Survivors: Surviving Spouse; Children (if no spouse); Siblings, Parents (if no spouse or children).
  • Pre-Suit Required: 75 day pre-suit investigatory period. You do not need an expert affidavit supporting your wrongful death case.
    • The above is true of a Boynton Beach wrongful death lawsuit vs. an Assisted Living Facility as well, except Ch. 429 would control in lieu of Ch. 400.

Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Lawsuit vs. a Doctor in a Doctor Malpractice Case

Quick Facts

  • Controlling Law: This kind of wrongful death claim would be subject to Chapter 766 of the Florida Statutes, as well as the Wrongful Death Act.
  • Statute of limitations: 2 years from the date of injury.
  • Damages: Pain and suffering of the statutory survivors, funeral bills, medical bills, lost wages, loss of net accumulations to the estate.
  • Statutory Survivors: Surviving Spouse; Children Under the Age of 25 at time of Death (if no spouse).
  • Pre-Suit Required: 90 day pre-suit investigatory period. Expert affidavit is required.

Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Lawsuit vs. a Corporation or Business in a General Personal Injury Case

Quick Facts

  • Controlling Law: Wrongful Death Act of Florida.
  • Statute of limitations: 2 years from the day of the decedent’s passing.
  • Damages: Pain and suffering of the statutory survivors, funeral bills, medical bills, lost wages, loss of net accumulations to the estate.
  • Statutory Survivors: Surviving Spouse; Children (if no spouse); Siblings, Parents (if no spouse or children).
  • Pre-Suit Required: No pre-suit investigation required. A Personal Representative of the Estate may file the lawsuit immediately.

Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Lawyers Provide Free Case Consultation

Call Our Boynton Beach Wrongful Death Attorneys Now

We always provide free consultations to help you better understand your legal rights following a preventable wrongful death in Boynton Beach. Call our caring and experienced lawyers now – 561-717-0812.