When a Child Dies in a Hot Car: The Legal Consequences
The recent case of a Georgia man whose young son died after being left in a hot car has sparked outrage across the nation. Tragically, this is not an isolated incident. In 2014 alone, there have been at least nineteen heatstroke deaths in children in vehicles. And in 2013, there were at least forty-four deaths of children in vehicles.
In this video, Pensacola injury lawyer Joe Zarzaur discusses the legal implications that can follow such a tragedy. He answers questions about whether or not these instances are considered a case of wrongful death, as well as whether or not a civil trial typically results from this negligence.
If you or a loved one are suffering greatly, and are looking for a wrongful death attorney in Pensacola, Florida, call Zarzaur Law today at 855-Hire-Joe.
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