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Wrongful Deaths

We Protect Families Who’ve Lost a Loved One Through Recklessness or Negligence

The loss of a loved one or a lover as a result of someone else’s assault or negligence is one of the most painful experiences in life, and we are very familiar with this truth, having represented these cases.A wrongful death claim is a special kind of personal injury lawsuit made when someone is killed due to another party’s negligence or intentional act. This kind of tragedy is so untimely that it devastates loved ones and leaves not knowing what to do in the moment. Let our caring and compassionate injury attorneys stand with you and help you through your hurt, distress and loss, because we understand sudden loss and deep grief. We are here to assist you and your family. You are not alone throughout this devastating season.

You deserve compensation for the unexpected and wrongful death of your loved one.

Wrongful death claims allow the estate of the deceased person to file a lawsuit against the party who is legally liable for the death. The suit is usually filed by a representative of the estate on behalf of surviving family members and other affected parties. A wrongful death can be caused by a wide variety of incidents and accidents including, but not limited to:

  • Car accident
  • Defective product
  • Slip and fall
  • Inadequate security at an event or venue
  • Medical malpractice
  • Construction site accident
  • A wide variety of other accidents


After the accident, it is extremely important that you gather pertinent information. Any proof available that shows the fault of the person or company that was responsible for the death should be kept safely and securely. These include:

  • Photos of the accident scene
  • Medical records
  • Police reports
  • Names and contact information of witnesses and responders
  • Any related defective product

Wrongful Death Survivor Claims and Wrongful Death Bystander Claims

In Florida, family members are entitled to compensation for a variety of reasons:

  • Loss of support and benefits from the deceased
  • Loss of companionship and protection
  • Mental pain and suffering
  • Loss of companionship, instruction, and/or guidance
  • Medical and funeral expenses when paid by a survivor


The estate of your lost loved one is also entitled to compensation (which will pass on to his or her heirs after the estate is settled) for losses such as:

  • Lost job income
  • Lost inheritance
  • Medical expenses
  • Funeral expenses


If you lost a loved one due to another party’s negligence or misconduct, then you definitely need to contact The Kurt Thompson Law Group immediately at 1-888-487-8971. We’re available to you 24/7, nights and weekends included.