Woodstock Wrongful Death Lawyers
Helping Grieving Families in Atlanta & Northern Georgia After the Loss of a Loved One
Nothing can completely replace the love and intimacy you shared with a your loved one who has passed. However, if you have lost someone because of another’s careless behavior or willful conduct, you are entitled to file a wrongful death claim against all responsible parties.
There are two parts to a wrongful death claim. The spouse and children of the deceased are entitled to seek full compensation for the full value of the deceased. Said another way, the surviving spouse and children are entitled to ask a jury to render a verdict for the full value of all life experiences the deceased would have had enjoyed for their full life expectancy. The second part of a wrongful death claim is brought by the estate of the deceased for all the expenses incurred as a result of the death caused by the wrongdoers.
The attorneys at The Dickinson Law Firm bring 40 years of experience helping grieving families recover the compensation they rightfully deserve from careless or wrongful actors.
The loss of a loved one is emotionally and financially devastating. While money will never replace the loss of a loved one, we will demand and pursue full and appropriate compensation for you and your family.
What Qualifies as Wrongful Death?
A wrongful death claim is when a person’s negligence or intentional acts caused the death of another.
The following are examples of what could qualify as a wrongful death claim:
- Assault, attacks, or other criminal actions
- Car accidents caused by distracted driving
- Injuries from defective products or drugs
- Drowning accidents caused by property mismanagement
- Medical malpractice—failure to treat a patient correctly
Work with Our Woodstock Wrongful Death Attorneys
The Dickinson Law Firm helps grieving families receive full and complete justice when a loved one is fatally injured do to the negligence or recklessness of another.
Contact our Woodstock wrongful death lawyers today for a free consultation at (770) 766-7739.