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Most Common Fatal Accidents in the United States Published in Car Accidents,Personal Injury,wrongful death on December 14, 2020.

A loved one’s death can be traumatic, especially if their death was caused by a preventable situation. Whether you lost a loved one in a car accident, a fall, a work accident, or some other accident, a wrongful death attorney can help. Far too many preventable deaths happen each day in the United States. Many of these deaths can be… READ MORE

How are Damages Calculated in a Wrongful Death Case in Georgia? Published in wrongful death on November 13, 2018.

Having a loved one die is always a devastating experience that can adversely change your life forever. However, if the death was caused by the negligence, recklessness or intentional act of another person, it can be even worse. The loss of your loved one can also lead to a considerable financial hardship on you and your family. In this situation,… READ MORE

How To Prepare a Compelling Wrongful Death Case Published in wrongful death on August 25, 2018.

Few things in life are more devastating than the loss of someone we love. In most circumstances, these losses occur during the normal course of life due to illness or old age. However, sometimes deaths occur due to the negligence, recklessness or carelessness of others. These are deaths that never should have occurred. In the law, when someone dies as… READ MORE

How long can it take to settle a wrongful death claim? Published in wrongful death on June 29, 2018.

When examining the question of how long a wrongful death case can take to settle it is important to remember that each one of these cases is unique. The short answer is that some of these cases will literally wrap up in a matter of months while others will take from 1 to 4 years to settle completely. A Tifton… READ MORE

How do I prove a wrongful death in Georgia? Published in wrongful death on May 11, 2018.

Georgia law defines “wrongful death” as the death of a person caused by the negligent, reckless, intentional, or criminal conduct of another person or entity, such as a business. The Georgia wrongful death law permits a surviving family member the ability to pursue a claim or lawsuit following the death of a relative. If a family member of yours has… READ MORE