Our Critical Case Team & Wrongful Death Claims
Lost a loved one in an accident?
At the Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb, P.A., our Critical Case team handles our wrongful death claims and clients throughout Florida. Craig Goldenfarb, Esq. personally manages this team, along with his highly-experienced and qualified team of litigators.
Our Florida wrongful death attorneys have extensive experience helping the families of victims of wrongful death throughout all the counties of Florida. We understand that the grieving period after a loved one passes away is an important time, and legal matters are nowhere near the top of your priority list. However, it is important to act swiftly in retaining legal representation when the decedent’s passing was caused by an act of negligence from someone or something else. That’s because the time period within which you have a right to file a lawsuit is limited.
Our lawyers will help surviving family members of a loved one killed in an accident that was not their fault seek compensation for:
- Medical expenses prior to death
- Funeral costs
- Lost consortium
- Lost monetary support
- Lost companionship
- Pain and suffering
In the tragic situation when a family member is lost as a result of the negligence of another, the survivors have the right to file a lawsuit to seek compensation for this loss. Victims of serious personal injury and wrongful death can rely on our team to help. Our firm will thoroughly evaluate your case and outline every possible course of action for you to consider.
Mr. Craig Goldenfarb Is The Managing Attorney On All Wrongful Death Cases
Our firm has a legal staff of nearly 50 people, so we’re a mid-sized law firm. What that means for you is that when you hire our firm to represent your wrongful death claim, no corners will be cut – we can dedicated as many as two lawyers and four paralegals to managing your case, increasing your chances of a successful and satisfactory resolution.
Mr. Craig Goldenfarb, the founder and owner of our firm, personally oversees each of our most critical death cases. In addition, our firm has a dedicated “Critical Case” department, which consists of two professionally trained and experienced paralegals, reporting to Mr. Goldenfarb. Mr. Goldenfarb himself will be your dedicated lawyer.
Why the Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb, P.A.?
Representing clients and families throughout Florida, our Palm Beach County-based wrongful death lawyers have the experience necessary to compassionately and tenaciously guide you through the legal process of filing a wrongful death lawsuit. Because we recognize the sensitive nature of these types of cases, we always strive to provide you personalized, one-on-one attention in order to fully meet your family’s goals and expectations. We care about your family and we want to hold the negligent party accountable for their actions that caused an unneceary and untimely death.
With medical bills mounting and money being a burden, we know that the last thing on your mind is adding another financial obligation. This is why at our firm, we work on a contingency fee basis to represent the families of victims who have lost their lives due to negligence. We won’t charge you a penny until we are able to successfully secure compensation on your behalf. We know that no amount of money can bring back your loved one, but you shouldn’t have to carry the financial burden alone.
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