Wrongful Death

Introduction

The pain caused by the tragic and unexpected death of a loved one can last a lifetime. Surviving children, siblings, and spouses who are confronted with these awful situations often times feel helpless, vulnerable, and have great difficulty coping with their loss. All of those emotions and feelings are perfectly normal, especially when the death of their loved one was caused by the negligence of another person or corporation.

If someone was responsible for the death of your loved one, we want to fight for you. We will aggressively seek to have that negligent party held legally responsible for its actions in a court of law and to be held financially responsible for their wrongdoing. Above all else, Mr. Pepper is a caring and compassionate advocate for his clients.

The most common types of wrongful death cases involve loss of life caused by a careless driver, a property owner failing to properly maintain their premises, the construction of a deficient structure, the failure on the part of a medical professional to properly diagnose a fatal disease, performance of incorrect or erroneous surgical procedures in an operating room and the manufacture and distribution of defective consumer products or dangerous pharmaceutical drugs.

If any of the aforementioned types of negligence may have caused the death of your loved one, we encourage you to call our law office today. Time could be of the essence, as we will need to begin gathering evidence, talking with any possible witnesses, and hiring experts such as medical doctors, building engineers, and forensic scientists, who may in a position to lend credibility to your case.

We will strive to gain a measure of justice on behalf of your family by fighting aggressively to secure a monetary award for you. Such monetary awards can compensate surviving family members for a loss of financial support and services, loss of companionship, loss of parental guidance, emotional pain and suffering, medical expenses incurred by the decedent before death and funeral expenses.

There is never a cost or obligation to schedule an initial consultation with Mr. Pepper and he would be happy to explain in detail all of the options available to you if you have recently lost a loved one because of the negligence of a third-party.

To schedule a complimentary consultation with The Law Office Of Bradley Pepper, P.A., please call: +1 305‑781‑1119.