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Florida Coronavirus Lawyers

At the Law Offices of Jason Turchin, our Florida coronavirus lawyers are prepared to assist victims and their families throughout the entire state of Florida. The coronavirus has destroyed many families and businesses both physically and economically. Often, unfortunately, many of these losses may have been preventable. Our lawyers can investigate your situation to see whether or not you may have a coronavirus lawsuit in Florida. You can reach us at 800-337-7755 for a free consultation or submit your case information through our life chat or contact form.

Types of Coronavirus Lawsuits

Life insurance claim – If someone dies and they had life insurance, many life insurance companies are investigating coronavirus deaths to see whether or not the virus contributed or caused the death. The life insurance company will often look for an exclusion or reason not to pay the claim. Coronavirus pandemic is also the cause of many insurance policy beneficiary changes. These changes could be the result of undue influence or the lack of capacity of the person who made the change. We have a lot of experience challenging beneficiary changes.

Nursing home negligence – If your family member contracted coronavirus in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or a group home, contacting a Miami nursing home lawyer free consultation may be advisable. Residents generally have a right to be safe and secure, and free from the dangers of nursing home neglect. If the nursing home knew of the potential danger of coronavirus, or should have known, they could be held legally negligent to pay for all of the pain and suffering of the resident or the resident’s family.

Probate litigation – If you were supposed to be the beneficiary of a family member’s will, and that will was changed during the coronavirus pandemic, you may have a right to challenge the beneficiary change to fight for what you were otherwise supposed to receive through your loved one’s will. Wills could be changed as a result of undue influence by someone who hoped to receive the benefit. Wills may also be changed while someone is in the hospital or on their deathbed. Those wills could be subject to challenge and the person’s mental capacity could be at issue.

Slip and fall – Stores are trying to make modifications during the coronavirus pandemic to provide for the safety of their customers. Unfortunately, not all stores have done this. If you were the victim of a slip and fall in a store while shopping during the COVID-19 situation, and you sustained any injuries, you could be entitled to compensation.

Car accidents – Although the number of people driving has diminished significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, car accidents are still occurring and people are still getting hurt. There are still victims of bike accidents, Uber accidents, Lyft accidents, car accidents and scooter accidents.

Business interruption claims – Thousands of businesses were forced to shut down or limit capacity because of coronavirus. Any of these businesses who had business interruption insurance should be entitled to make a claim for any loss or reduced income. Several insurance companies have already tried to deny otherwise valid business interruption claims based upon a virus exclusion. However, not all of those policies should be denied if the language is vague, ambiguous, or otherwise contradicts other provisions in the policy.

Cruise passenger claims – If you went on a cruise during the coronavirus pandemic and sustained any injuries, you could have a claim against the cruise line. Cruise passenger claims are not just limited to passengers who contracted coronavirus. They may also include other injury claims which could have occurred because of the lack of staffing available to adequately clean and maintain the vessel because the crewmembers were sick. This could include slip and fall injuries, trip and fall claims, foreign objects in food, and other general negligence caused by the cruise line.

Commercial litigation – The coronavirus has caused many businesses to stop production, stop paying bills, or not deliver on certain items. This could lead to a significant amount of business litigation including breach of contract lawsuits. Our business litigation lawyers have handled business debt collection, and commercial business disputes throughout Florida. You can consider a business litigation lawyer on a contingency fee basis where you don’t pay any money out of pocket and only pay the lawyers if you collect money for your case.

Florida Contingency-Fee Coronavirus Lawyers

Call our Florida coronavirus lawyers today to see whether you qualify for compensation for your case. We are open late on weekends to help assess your case to see if we can help you make a coronavirus claim with your insurance company or against another company. You can reach us toll-free at 800-337-7755 today.

At the Law Offices of Jason Turchin, our Florida coronavirus lawyers are prepared to assist victims and their families throughout the entire state of Florida. The coronavirus has destroyed many families and businesses both physically and economically. Often, unfortunately, many of these losses may have been preventable. Our lawyers can investigate your situation to see whether or not you may have a coronavirus lawsuit in Florida. You can reach us at 800-337-7755 for a free consultation or submit your case information through our life chat or contact form.

Types of Coronavirus Lawsuits

Life insurance claim – If someone dies and they had life insurance, many life insurance companies are investigating coronavirus deaths to see whether or not the virus contributed or caused the death. The life insurance company will often look for an exclusion or reason not to pay the claim. Coronavirus pandemic is also the cause of many insurance policy beneficiary changes. These changes could be the result of undue influence or the lack of capacity of the person who made the change. We have a lot of experience challenging beneficiary changes.

Nursing home negligence – If your family member contracted coronavirus in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or a group home, contacting a Miami nursing home lawyer free consultation may be advisable. Residents generally have a right to be safe and secure, and free from the dangers of nursing home neglect. If the nursing home knew of the potential danger of coronavirus, or should have known, they could be held legally negligent to pay for all of the pain and suffering of the resident or the resident’s family.

Probate litigation – If you were supposed to be the beneficiary of a family member’s will, and that will was changed during the coronavirus pandemic, you may have a right to challenge the beneficiary change to fight for what you were otherwise supposed to receive through your loved one’s will. Wills could be changed as a result of undue influence by someone who hoped to receive the benefit. Wills may also be changed while someone is in the hospital or on their deathbed. Those wills could be subject to challenge and the person’s mental capacity could be at issue.

Slip and fall – Stores are trying to make modifications during the coronavirus pandemic to provide for the safety of their customers. Unfortunately, not all stores have done this. If you were the victim of a slip and fall in a store while shopping during the COVID-19 situation, and you sustained any injuries, you could be entitled to compensation.

Car accidents – Although the number of people driving has diminished significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, car accidents are still occurring and people are still getting hurt. There are still victims of bike accidents, Uber accidents, Lyft accidents, car accidents and scooter accidents.

Business interruption claims – Thousands of businesses were forced to shut down or limit capacity because of coronavirus. Any of these businesses who had business interruption insurance should be entitled to make a claim for any loss or reduced income. Several insurance companies have already tried to deny otherwise valid business interruption claims based upon a virus exclusion. However, not all of those policies should be denied if the language is vague, ambiguous, or otherwise contradicts other provisions in the policy.

Cruise passenger claims – If you went on a cruise during the coronavirus pandemic and sustained any injuries, you could have a claim against the cruise line. Cruise passenger claims are not just limited to passengers who contracted coronavirus. They may also include other injury claims which could have occurred because of the lack of staffing available to adequately clean and maintain the vessel because the crewmembers were sick. This could include slip and fall injuries, trip and fall claims, foreign objects in food, and other general negligence caused by the cruise line.

Commercial litigation – The coronavirus has caused many businesses to stop production, stop paying bills, or not deliver on certain items. This could lead to a significant amount of business litigation including breach of contract lawsuits. Our business litigation lawyers have handled business debt collection, and commercial business disputes throughout Florida. You can consider a business litigation lawyer on a contingency fee basis where you don’t pay any money out of pocket and only pay the lawyers if you collect money for your case.

Florida Contingency-Fee Coronavirus Lawyers

Call our Florida coronavirus lawyers today to see whether you qualify for compensation for your case. We are open late on weekends to help assess your case to see if we can help you make a coronavirus claim with your insurance company or against another company. You can reach us toll-free at 800-337-7755 today.

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