Plaintiffs in wrongful death case could lose out after adoption

Losing a loved one to an accident is an inexplicably emotional point in a family's life. Trying to make sense of and cope with it is hard enough without the person supposedly responsible for the loss playing any sort of games.

This post is about an out-of-state wrongful death case that has sparked national attention. At the center of the case is a wealthy Florida man who is accused of causing a drunk driving accident and leaving the scene. The victim died, the family sued for wrongful death, and the suspect is apparently doing what he can to protect his money.

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