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Wrongful Death Attorneys

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Was Your Loved One’s Death Preventable?

Wrongful death is one of the most traumatic events a family can endure. You need an experienced trial attorney to help your family navigate the laws regarding wrongful death cases in Georgia.

  1. to investigate the cause of death;
  2. to negotiate with the insurance company;
  3. if negotiation fails, to communicate the magnitude of your loss to a jury; and
  4. to bring the case within the time limit. (In some states, families must bring their cases within one year from the date of death).

Our attorneys have tried wrongful death cases to juries throughout Georgia, and we have resolved many more wrongful death cases, in other states, through negotiation with the insurance companies.

Our law firm is dedicated to serving the needs of injured victims and their families. Our committed attorneys and diligent support staff are devoted to families of victims killed in wrongful death accidents, fighting negligent wrongdoers and achieving the best results possible for our clients. Wrongful death claims can be difficult to prove and challenging to win. We carefully choose our wrongful death cases to ensure that we can successfully represent our clients and obtain the maximum compensation for their loss. Contact our office to speak with an experienced and successful wrongful death attorney regarding your case.

Georgia Wrongful Death Attorneys

The term “wrongful death” means that a person’s death was due to another party’s negligence, and a claim for wrongful death can be filed against another individual, group, or company. Filing a wrongful death claim is a complex and difficult situation for grieving families who are coping emotionally with the loss of a loved one while attempting to fight a legal case to retrieve financial compensation for the loss.

A claim for wrongful death may include compensation for the following:

  1. Any and all medical expenses incurred
  2. Compensation for the loss of support and future income
  3. Reimbursement for any property damage
  4. Reimbursement for any future services normally provided to you by the person who has died
  5. Reimbursement for loss of consortium, meaning a spouse’s (or life partner’s) right to the companionship, help and affection from the deceased
  6. Punitive damages (if the negligence was found to be intentional or criminal)

In some cases, it may be difficult to prove that the negligent party caused the death of the victim. It is important that you speak to a wrongful death lawyer in our firm so that we may start gathering evidence and investigating your claim. While these times may seem challenging and strenuous, you must keep in mind that the families of victims killed because of someone’s negligence deserve financial compensation for the loss of their loved one and the hardship associated with that loss.

If you have lost a loved one and you feel you may have a claim for Wrongful Death in Georgia, call us for a free wrongful death legal consultation or fill out our convenient free case evaluation form.