Michael LeRoy - Orlando Attorney Explains Wrongful Death
Post on 15-Apr-2017
Orlando Attorney Explains Wrongful Death
Michael LeRoy is an Orlando attorney and the managing partner at Fulmer, LeRoy, and Albee, a law firm that specializes in wrongful death claims, general liability, transportation liability, medical malpractice and more. LeRoy offers his many years of experience defending clients on both sides of these legal issues and always works to find solutions for his clients. He works to sort out the goals of his clients and always tries to reach a settlement so that his clients dont have to pay for his courtroom time in addition to his other services, if thats what his clients want.
Michael LeRoy has helped many people deal with wrongful death claims in Orlando and knows the ins and outs of the concept. The standard definition of wrongful death as a legal issue is a claim against a person who can be held liable for a death.
These claims are brought in civil actions, usually after criminal investigations and processes have been exhausted. It is possible that an individual can be tried on criminal charges and face litigation in civil court for the death of another person. As Michael LeRoy knows from his offices in Orlando, the standard of proof in civil cases is different than in criminal court.
While criminal charges need to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt for a conviction, families of a deceased individual only need a preponderance of evidence to win a wrongful death suit. Michael LeRoy has defended people accused of wrongful deaths in Orlando for years. He has also helped families get justice in civil court after a death.