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Attorney Morgan Jaye McGrath

Operating Partner At The Berman Law Group



PHONE: 786.303.5825




Do You Need A Personal Injury Lawyer?

Operating Partner At The Berman Law Group



PHONE: 786.303.5825



Do You Need A Wrongful Death Lawyer?

Operating Partner At The Berman Law Group



PHONE: 786.303.5825





Wrongful Death

Don’t let grief keep you from pursuing your legal rights. If you have lost a loved one to the negligence of another. Then my firm is here to help.

Personal Injury

Accidents happen every day. Some more serious than others. If you have been the victim of a serious accident. Then my firm is here to help.

Criminal Law

The American legal system imposes harsh penalties for criminals convicted of crimes. If you have a pending legal case. My firm is here to help.

Wills & Trusts

Florida is the land of wills and trusts and thus our firm is well versed in this field of law. If you need help setting up your estate my firm is here to help.


Deadly Motorcycle Crash in Port St. Lucie

Here at the Offices of Attorney Morgan Jaye McGrath, an operating partner at the Berman Law Group, we represent families that have suffered from a wrongful death scenario resulting from a motorcycle accident. Just recently, there was a deadly motorcycle crash in...

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A wrongful death is the death of a person that is caused by the negligence, carelessness, or reckless actions of another party. A drunken car driver who killed a pedestrian in a car accident, a doctor who made a medical malpractice mistake when he failed to detect a patient’s malignant tumor, the manufacturer of a defective toy that caused the death of a child, and the nursing home where an elderly resident died because she was beaten in a nursing home abuse incident, are just some of the different parties that can be named as defendants in a wrongful death lawsuit.


Florida’s Wrongful Death Act allows spouses, children, parents, and relatives that may have been dependent on the deceased for support or services to name themselves as survivors of the decedent for financial recovery purposes. The kinds and amount of recovery that each family member is entitled to will depend on his or her relationship to the deceased and whether a spouse and any children are included among the survivors.