Vehicle crash, construction accidents, dangerous property conditions, medical malpractice, or hazardous products, are avoidable. When they destroy your family, a wrongful death lawsuit fights back.
Wrongful Death Lawsuit Cannot Undo Your Loss
Compounding the horror of such a tragedy is how the death event occurred: violent, sudden, and all because a person or business or both acted stupidly, violated the rules we all live by, or failed to take basic safety precautions. No wrongful death lawsuit will undo this damage and loss.
The entire ordeal is enough to drive one’s grief into anger and depression. Unfortunately, there are no words of consolation which make a significant difference.
Holding the Responsible Party Liable with a Wrongful Death Lawsuit
A wrongful death lawsuit is one measure aimed at holding the party which caused the tragedy legally accountable. Recouping money for mental pain and suffering, lost income, and lost companionship or guidance, will not bring full relief in any way.
Instead, the process may help bring some peace of mind knowing your family’s finances are secure for the future. This is unfortunately the best the justice system can deliver. Faith and hope and moving forward are for your family.
Sometimes a Wrongful Death Lawsuit is the First Step Toward Closure
I’m your experienced Fort Myers wrongful death lawsuit attorney. Because I pursue all liable parties accountable with passion and drive,I’m fighting for your family.
Moreover, I work with and stand by you every step in our journey. Consequently, I know you and your values, and understand your deepest loss. Furthermore, I’m available when you need me. Accordingly, you call me when you want to talk. Rest assured, you’re never ignored and your needs are listened to with compassion.
Don’t give up. David Harris Law serves clients throughout Southwest Florida. Based in Fort Myers, I proudly serve Lee County Florida, including Cape Coral, Lehigh Acres, Estero, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach, and nearby communities of Collier County, Hendry County, and Charlotte County.
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