Wrongful Death

Our Firm Is Here For You During The Toughest Times

As experienced Georgia personal injury attorneys, we have worked with families facing every possible type of tragedy. Because of this, we know that nothing comes close to the pain and confusion a family experiences following a fatal accident.

There is so much to attend to, and for many families considering their legal options is simply not at the top of the list. What’s more, many families may feel a sense of unease about pursuing compensation in the wake of a loved one’s death. We have nothing but compassion for families grieving a sudden loss; we also know that their loss can mean financial as well as emotional hardship. Where we excel is in helping families navigate this difficult time so that those responsible for a loved one’s death pay fair compensation for the pain they have caused.

Reliving the death of a loved one is never easy. At our firm, we will do everything possible to work on your schedule, giving you the time – and space – you need while we handle all the legal aspects of your case.

Learn Your Family’s Legal Options

Our firm represents families in wrongful death claims arising out of all types of fatal accidents in Georgia. These can include:

  • Auto wrecks
  • Defective product accidents
  • Slip-and-fall and trip-and-fall accidents
  • Dog and animal attacks
  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing home neglect

Recovery in a successful wrongful death claim can mean compensation not just for the tangibles, like medical bills and funeral/burial expenses, but also, more importantly, for the intangibles – what your loved one meant to you and your family.

We Are Prepared To Help You

When you are ready, we encourage you to arrange a no-fee, no-obligation consultation with one of our Dalton attorneys. This is less a formal legal meeting than an opportunity for us to have a conversation to learn about your loved one’s accident and whether we can help you. Call 706-222-3790, or send an email.

Wrongful death claims in Georgia have a two-year statute of limitations. The sooner you speak with a lawyer, the sooner we can begin building your legal case if you have one.

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