Moving Forward After The Loss Of A Loved One
We understand how difficult it can be to complete daily activities when you have lost a loved one. At first, you may feel hesitant to seek compensation. After all, no amount of money will replace the void that the accident has left in your life.
However, obtaining compensation can be necessary to make ends meet and seek justice. At Sams, Larkin & Huff, LLP we can represent you to hold negligent parties accountable for the irreparable damage they have caused.
How Much Time Do I Have To Bring A Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
There is a limited amount in Georgia for personal representative of the decedent’s estate to bring a wrongful death lawsuit against a negligent party, whether it is an individual, a company or a public entity. The statute of limitations is even shorter against a public entity such as a city or state government.
We Will Fight To Recover Damages
Damages in wrongful death cases may include:
- Loss of support
- Loss of income (including potential future earnings)
- Loss of parental guidance
- Lost prospect of inheritance
- Medical and funeral expenses
- Punitive damages in cases of serious or malicious wrongdoing
If you are suffering or will suffer monetary damages as the result of the wrongful death of a loved one, it is critical that you seek the counsel of an experienced personal injury lawyer in Georgia as soon as possible.
We Work With A Team To Establish Liability
Our Marietta-based wrongful death attorneys will collaborate with appropriate expert witnesses, independently investigate your case and build a customized case that incorporates each unique aspect and piece of evidence necessary to maximize your compensation. We are prepared to thwart challenges to your case, and we will help you make informed decisions throughout the legal process.
Schedule A Free Consultation With Compassionate Lawyers
Please call us at 770-884-4819, or email us to speak with one of our caring attorneys in Marietta. We will pursue more than the insurance company is offering because initial settlements from insurance companies are never enough and never the full amount that you deserve.
We will handle your case on a contingency fee basis. Only if we achieve a favorable settlement in your case will you pay attorneys’ fees.