Wrongful Death Lawyer in Boca Raton

We Are Dedicated to Winning Big for Our Clients

In the blink of an eye, an accident can cause extensive damage — physically, financially and emotionally. If you have lost a family member as a result of negligence in South Florida, it is critical to have a compassionate, aggressive car accident lawyer on your side.

At the Law Offices of Russ E. Robbins, P.A., we understand that you have been through enough as it is. When you trust us to handle your wrongful death case, we will handle all of your legal issues. All you have to do is focus on grieving and putting your life back together.

Contact us for a free initial consultation with a wrongful death attorney today at (561) 362-5215.

You Have the Right to Be Compensated for Your Loss

Families who lose a loved one as a result of a wrongful death have the legal right to financial compensation. The intent of the law is to make families whole again, or as much as possible. At our law firm, we realize that financial compensation can never truly make up for your loss; however, money is the only remedy the law allows and we fight aggressively to obtain the largest possible settlements for our clients in cases involving:

When it comes to protecting the rights and best interests of our clients, we are aggressive advocates. This is a trying time in your life filled with questions and concerns, and while we realize that taking legal action may not be at the top of your priority list, it is encouraged to discuss your options. At the Law Offices of Russ E. Robbins, P.A., we have handled thousands of cases. Our firm has nearly 20 years of experience which we can utilize on your behalf.

We’ve recovered tens of millions of dollars for our clients. Want to be next? Schedule your initial, free case review.


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