The John McCasey Family Wrongful Death Negligence Case
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John McCasey’s Family May Be Entitled to Compensation for Wrongful Death Case

Wrongful Death Case of John McCasey

A 72-year-old man died after a collision he had with a car while driving a golf cart in Palm Beach Gardens. John McCasey, a Jupiter resident, was thrown from the golf cart as he drove into the crosswalk at Donald Ross Road and Pasteur Boulevard after being hit by a 2017 Honda CRV. According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (PBSO), the accident occurred at 12:30pm on December 29th 2018 where the significant injuries McCasey sustained required he be taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center. He died at 2:30pm later that day as a result.

The driver of the CRV, Stephen Potts, 64 of The Villages was not injured during the collision and it does not appear that he will face any criminal charges in connection to the crash according police records. It may be the case that Potts was at fault and if confirmed as such, the family of the now deceased John McCasey will possibly have a valid case against Stephen Potts for the Wrongful Death. The family is entitled to hire an attorney to pursue all valid negligent claims and to protect their interests from the relevant insurance companies involved.

The Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb, P.A. is dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals and families that have suffered injuries due to the negligence of other.

Our attorneys have more than 170 years of combined experience investigating and representing those who have suffered tragic loss or severe injuries.

If you know a surviving family member of a person who was killed in an auto crash, please encourage them to give our firm a call immediately. The consultation is completely free, and there is no out-of-pock cost to the family to hire us.

Note: The purpose of this news blog, is to write about cases relevant to our industry and raise awareness about injury cases where victims of similar incidents can see what their rights are. This article is created using publicly available information and is a secondary source. If you find any information here to be inaccurate, please notify us and we will make the appropriate adjustments.