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St. Petersburg Wrongful Death Attorney

wrongful-deathLosing a loved one through death is a life-altering experience for family members and friends. Nothing about our lives will ever be the same. We recall the time spent, the memories shared, the plans for the future, the hopes and dreams that will never come to be. The emotional impact of the death of a loved one reaches beyond the immediate loss affecting relationships, work, daily activities and mental outlook. The financial impact may be devastating, resulting in the loss of a home, the inability for a child to attend college, the need for a mother to return to work to support a family left without a father, a father who now has to adjust his work schedule to meet the needs of children left without a mother. Having a St. Petersburg wrongful death attorney is important to help lessen the burden of what losing a loved-one brings.

When the death of a loved one is a result of misconduct or the wrongful, careless or negligent act of another, intentionally or unintentionally, the suffering and loss experienced is made worse knowing that the death could and should have been avoided.

The State of Florida has enacted laws to protect the rights of individuals affected by the loss of a loved one due to wrongful death. With over 31 years of personal injury experience, St. Petersburg, Florida attorney J. Stanford Morse has successfully represented individuals who have suffered loss due to the wrongful death of a loved one, recovering millions of dollars in just compensation.

What makes J. Stanford Morse, P.A. the law firm to choose in a wrongful death lawsuit?

In addition to our proven track record of success, the law firm of J. Stanford Morse, P.A. understands the complexities involved in wrongful death cases and what it takes to be the best St. Petersburg wrongful death attorney. Proving fault in a wrongful death case is often the first challenge. In Florida, the law requires that the person seeking damages prove the fault of the defendant. An additional challenge is determining the deceased’s future earnings. Lawyers who lack experience in wrongful death cases will often underestimate the true amount of just compensation.

If you have lost a loved one due to someone’s negligence or wrongful acts, contact St. Petersburg accident attorney J. Stanford Morse, P.A.