V2 Wrongful Death - Wites Law Firm
Nobody Ever Expects To Lose A Loved One Due To The Negligence Of Another Person Or A Company.

Survivors of victims of wrongful death are entitled to recover money for their pain and suffering, loss of support and services, lost wages, medical expenses and funeral expenses.

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WRONGFUL DEATH CLAIMS

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IF YOUR FAMILY HAS LOST A LOVED ONE DUE TO NEGLIGENCE, YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO FILE A WRONGFUL DEATH CLAIM ON BEHALF OF YOUR LOVED ONE. UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES, A DOMESTIC LIFE PARTNER MAY ALSO BE ELIGIBLE TO FILE A WRONGFUL DEATH ACTION ON BEHALF OF A LOVED ONE.

When it happens, the devastation of such a sudden and unexpected loss is overwhelming. Survivors of victims of wrongful death are entitled to recover money for their pain and suffering, loss of support and services, lost wages, medical expenses and funeral expenses.

Wrongful death cases are among the most difficult of lawsuits because they involve the most tragic of events that cause the most harm to the survivors left behind. For this reason, it is important that you hire a lawyer that is experienced, compassionate, dedicated, and will fight for your family as if they are fighting for themselves

At the Wites Law Firm, we are committed to doing everything reasonably possible to help our clients. If we shed a tear during the course of a case, or at trial in front of the jury, they are not crocodile tears, but instead real emotion that stems from the relationships we build with our clients. We are fortunate that we continue to maintain relationships with our clients long after their cases are over because of the trust and commitment we build and maintain with the individuals and families that we have been honored to represent.

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MARC WITES
MARC WITES / ATTORNEY - SHAREHOLDER

MARC WITES

ATTORNEY - SHAREHOLDER

Marc has obtained multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements in (1) personal injury and wrongful death actions (in cases such as auto and truck crashes, and sexual assault and molestation cases) and (2) industry changing class actions that have returned monies to class members and changed the way in which companies do business. He also […]

THOMAS ROGERS
THOMAS ROGERS / ATTORNEY - PARTNER

THOMAS ROGERS

ATTORNEY - PARTNER

Prior to joining Wites Law Firm, Tom was a member of a statewide insurance defense firm that defended  personal injury cases in the field of premises liability, motor vehicle accidents, boating liability, trucking and transportation claims, construction defects, and admiralty/maritime claims. His background enables him to understand how corporations and insurance companies evaluate cases, and […]

LAUREN MATTA
LAUREN MATTA / ATTORNEY

LAUREN MATTA

ATTORNEY

Lauren G. Matta represents plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death cases and property damage disputes. She earned her law degree at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law, and her undergraduate degree in Political Science at Pace University.  Lauren is admitted to practice in Florida’s State Courts and is a member of the […]

MAXWELL ERD
MAXWELL ERD / ATTORNEY

MAXWELL ERD

ATTORNEY

Maxwell A. Erd represents plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death cases, and property damage disputes. He earned his law degree at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law, and his undergraduate degree at The University of Central Florida. Prior to representing homeowners and injured parties at Wites Law Firm, Maxwell spent many years […]

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FAQ

We handle wrongful death claims arising from car crashes, truck crashes, motorcycle crashes, bicycle crashes, pedestrian events, food poisoning, contaminated food products, defective products and medical malpractice.

No. We handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not have to pay us any attorney’s fees or costs unless we obtain a recovery for you.

Yes. At the Wites Law Firm we do not just settle cases. If we cannot obtain a fair and reasonable settlement for you without filing a lawsuit, we will file a lawsuit for you and your family. We will fight your case in court for as long as necessary to obtain the justice that you deserve. If your case goes to trial we will try your case; we will not refer you or your case to another law firm to file a lawsuit or to go to trial. Marc Wites is an experienced trial lawyer, and has obtained multi-million dollar jury verdicts. He also has argued many appeals in state and federal appeals courts.

The Wrongful Death Act also sets forth the types of damages that each survivor may recover. For example, a surviving spouse may recover damages for mental pain and suffering, loss of support and services, medical and funeral expenses, and the present value of the deceased’s future earnings (which is often referred to as “net accumulations”). All survivors may recover damages for loss of support and services. This can include monetary support and services (such as a household task) that the survivors will have to pay for in the future as a result of the deceased’s death. A minor child (which is defined by the Act as someone under the age of 25) can recover damages for lost parental companionship, instruction and guidance (which is similar to pain and suffering), but an adult child (i.e., someone over the age of 25) can only recover such damages if the deceased does not have a surviving spouse. Child survivors of all ages can recover loss of support and services. The deceased’s estate can also recover damages such as medical and funeral expenses. For more information about who can bring a claim and for what types of damages, please contact us for a free consultation.

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