Wrongful Death Case Goal

Wrongful Death Case Goal

 Nothing compares to the loss we feel after the death of a loved one.  While a loved one’s death is always tragic, the loss is compounded when the death is caused by another person’s negligent or reckless conduct.


No amount of financial compensation can make up for your loved one’s death, but Tampa law provides that when the death is caused by another person’s negligence or recklessness, the surviving spouse, children, parents, or other family members have a right to fair and just compensation. Thus, a “wrongful death” claim provides compensation not just for the harms suffered by the person who has died, but for losses to the surviving family members.


The Wrongful Death Case Tampa Goal


The goal in a wrongful death case is to provide compensation for damages and losses to the survivors because of the loved one’s death, including for loss of income, loss of health care and pension benefits, and, most importantly, for the loss of the loved one’s guidance, support, care, affection, and companionship.


From the first days after a death, investigating the event, interviewing witnesses, and notifying the insurance company about the claim, all the way through the final settlement of a case, I work closely with my clients, helping them deal with the complex maze of insurance benefits, medical bills, and lost income.


My goal is simple: to take care of every detail of your case, so that you can focus on healing. When it is time to settle a case, I have the experience and skills to negotiate aggressively and effectively with insurance companies.

While most cases are settled before a lawsuit is filed, some cannot be fairly settled prior to suit. I am prepared to take cases to trial to obtain fair and just compensation for my clients.


My initial consultation is free of charge, and I handle Tampa wrongful death cases respectfully and fairly. I urge you to call me, Dennis Hernandez, right away at (813) 250-0000. Do not lose the right to fair and just compensation.

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