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How do you determine the value of a wrongful death case?
Sooner or later in a wrongful death case, we begin talking about the value of the case. A wrongful death valuation is different from a personal injury because what you look to recover is the loss that the surviving person, be it the spouse, surviving children, or other relative. It’s a little bit counter intuitive but that’s how you determine that. These valuations are not done quickly. They generally get made later in the case. Once we have acquired evidence and have learned more about the family, the surviving spouse and children, what exactly their loss was, or what kind of person the deceased loved one was, we can begin to assess value. As we get closer to trial date or other key points, we will begin to make that valuation range and have those discussions. If you’ve suffered a loss of a loved one and you think you may have a wrongful death case in Nassau County, Duval County, or surrounding areas, give us a call. We’ll sit down with you, go over your case, and see how best we can help you.
Did you lose a loved one from the negligence of another and have questions about wrongful death case value in Florida? Contact experienced Florida wrongful death lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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