The death of a loved one brings inconceivable pain, and the financial burden that goes along with it is simply salt in the wound.
The death of a loved one brings inconceivable pain, and the financial burden that goes along with it is simply salt in the wound. The most heart-wrenching life cycle events a person can face is when someone they love passes away. The feelings of loss are seemingly unbearable, and nothing will ever be the same. But when your loved one’s death was caused by an accident due to someone else’s negligence, a defective product, or malpractice, the heartbreak and feelings of loss are doubled.
Sadly, in addition to heartbreak and loss, more than likely there will be mountains of medical bills, loss of income, and funeral expenses.
Don’t Go It Alone!
During the grieving process, don’t try to take on insurance companies, negligent parties, or or the court house alone. Give yourself time to grieve for your loss and begin the healing process. The person/people who are responsible for your loved one’s demise must be held accountable, and to make sure this happens, it’s best to consult with an Atlanta wrongful death lawyer— such as The Law Offices of Robert A. Rivers.
When it comes to wrongful death cases, Georgia laws are unique unto themselves. This is why retaining an experienced wrongful death attorney and filing your lawsuit asap is crucial. The attorneys at The Law Offices of Robert A. Rivers have the skills and experience necessary to ensure your receive the settlement you deserve.
Fatal accidents can occur in a variety of ways. We will examine every facet of the circumstances surrounding the death to establish the cause. It is through this in-depth analysis that we will determine exactly who is at fault. Below are a few of the more common causes of wrongful death.
Accidents on the Job:
We understand that you are in pain and just want to be left alone. We’ll do all we can to console you and keep you in apprised of events as they occur. We will also determine who was responsible for the death of your loved one and make sure they are held financially accountable.
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Healthcare providers are guilty of negligence when they fall short of providing the standard of care that their peers would have provided in a similar situation
When you enter a business or lawfully step onto another person’s property, you should expect the basic care to keep you safe from serious harm.
If you are a Georgia resident who has been harmed by a defective medical device, contact us immediately