Get the Help Needed After Death in a Fort Lauderdale Truck Crash
After a violent South Florida truck crash claimed the life of your loved one, you are most likely trying to deal with your own emotional pain and suffering – trying to get through each day without breaking down in tears. The last thing that is probably on your mind is pursuing a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of your loved one who has passed away.
However, if you lost a companion, a mother or father, a spouse, or a caregiver, your life can be affected beyond suffering a loss. If your loved one was financially supporting or contributing to the household, your dreams and plans may have to change because there is not the same amount of money coming into the household as before.
We know that, in the middle of your emotional pain and suffering, you probably don’t want to think about your financial future, but you should at least talk with a skilled personal injury lawyer to find out if you can pursue a wrongful death lawsuit.
When a loved one dies as a result of a truck accident, you may be left with:
- Medical bills
- Funeral expenses
- Lost income
- Loss of companionship
Getting the right financial support during this time can be critical to your future. Although you may be trying to cope with this tragedy in your present life, remember that a recovery is important to your future.
If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of a truck driver, you need to act fast. Trucking companies know what evidence to collect or hide that can help or hurt their case. They also know how to defend their truck drivers in order to protect them and their company from lawsuits.