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A Strong Legal Ally For Surviving Family Members

When a loved one dies, family members experience considerable grief. When the death was caused by the negligence or recklessness of another, the grief can be overwhelming.

Wrongful death attorney James M. Burns does not presume to be able to assuage the full extent of that grief. However, he will help you and your family pursue any compensation to which you may be entitled, and he will help to hold those responsible for the death of your loved one accountable through a personal injury claim known as a wrongful death case.

Helping You Obtain Closure And Justice Following A Wrongful Death

Though no legal action can bring back your loved one, many family members find that they gain a sense of closure in knowing that they pursued justice on behalf of a deceased loved one. Mr. Burns will provide your family with the legal counsel and aggressive representation you will need to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit in Florida or Alabama. He has successfully represented families that have suffered the loss of a family member due to:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Accidents involving heavy machinery
  • Workplace accidents
  • Construction site accidents
  • Product or manufacturing defects
  • Medical negligence
  • Other wrongful causes

Compassionate Assistance ~ Protecting Your Family’s Interests

Your family has been through a devastating loss and is no doubt still in the throes of grief over the passing of your loved one. James M. Burns will provide the personalized and compassionate care you will need to get you through this very difficult time. Do not allow your grief to prevent you from seeking the remuneration you and your family may have coming. Let James M. Burns provide you with the help you need to protect your family’s interests.

Schedule Your Consultation

Although this may be quite difficult, it is important to consult an attorney as soon as possible so evidence is not lost. Schedule your initial consultation with no obligation by calling 850-930-3018, or you may complete a brief online form.