The city of Plantation, located in Broward County, is home to over 85,000 residents in over 37,000 households – the majority of them made up of families, either married couples or adults with children. When a wrongful death happens to a loved one, the surviving family members can find it difficult to move on and recover – either emotionally or financially – from the loss. At Madalon Law, we can assist Plantation families in this situation by helping collect damages from the parties responsible for the wrongful death.


Common Fatal Accidents:

  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Car Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Fall Accidents
  • Swimming Pool Accidents
  • Vehicle Rollovers
  • Head on Collisions
  • Hit and Run Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
  • Accident Involving a Drunk Driver
  • Construction Accidents
  • Cruise Ship Accidents
  • Airplane Crash

We understand that it is difficult to contemplate the loss of a loved one, and when the loss is due to the negligence or wrongdoing of another, surviving family members must deal with shock, grief, and anger as well as the legal complexities of the case. This is why it is essential to find dedicated legal representation to pursue justice and obtain compensation for your loss. Madalon Law has a team of experienced accident attorneys who are committed to helping families do just that.


If an individual is killed by the carelessness or unlawful activity of another person (or organization); this may be grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit. Unfortunately, these kinds of accidents occur all too often in today’s fast-paced and profit-driven world, where greed and expediency often come before safety and careful oversight. Florida law allows surviving family members to sue the negligent or guilty party for causing the fatal accident, and to obtain damages, for expenses and loss of income, as well as less tangible losses such as the companionship of the deceased.

Although no amount of money can bring a loved one back, financial compensation can ease the practical burdens created by medical bills, funeral expenses, and loss of the income of the deceased. Bringing those responsible for a wrongful death to justice can also bring some closure to grieving family members.

In Florida, failure to file a claim after the time allowed by the statute of limitations may make it impossible for you to recover any compensation for the loss of your loved one. These cases can be very complex and document-intensive, with time-sensitive evidence and drawn-out, complicated negotiations with insurance companies and corporate attorneys. The best course of action is to retain a wrongful death attorney as soon as possible to help guide you through this legal process.


If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company or organization in Plantation, the Fort Lauderdale accident attorneys of Madalon Law will go over your case with you, answer any questions and explain the options you have. Our Broward accident attorneys take cases on a contingency basis, meaning that we will only collect a fee once you have received the compensation you deserve for your loss.