Pursuing Justice And Compensation For Your Loss
When death occurs unexpectedly and at the hands of someone careless, a storm of emotion could overpower you and your family so greatly that it can be easy to not know where to go, who to turn to or how to move on with the rest of your life. At Faucette Law Firm LLC, we want to let surviving family members of wrongful death victims know that our firm is here to help. We deeply sympathize with your loss and want to help you by handling all of your legal concerns as your family takes the time needed to grieve. It may feel like nothing at this point in your life could answer the concerns that you have flooding your mind and your heart. We can only imagine the types of “why?” or “how?” questions that must be keeping you awake at night. Although we can’t answer those questions, we can help you begin your path of recovery and answer all your questions about your legal options. We can offer you quality legal guidance during your time of need. Retaining our firm to provide you with assistance and advocacy against the party responsible for your loved one’s death could be the wisest decision you make. Call us for representation after a wrongful death accident. We care about your well-being and your family.
What Is The First Step In Filing A Wrongful Death Claim?
The first step in a wrongful death claim is to understand just what a wrongful death claim entails. Wrongful death claims generally refer to an action of misconduct of an individual or an entity that resulted in the wrongful death of another. In Georgia, the “wrongful” act that caused the death of your loved one could have been negligence, but it could have also been purposeful. In any case, the party that caused your loved one’s death must be held responsible. To ensure that your claim is filed successfully and that the process is brought to a favorable conclusion, we advise that you seek the guidance of a knowledgeable and experienced personal injury attorney from our firm. Because wrongful death claims often involve some sort of injury-causing incident, such as car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, or nursing home abuse, you need a lawyer who is knowledgeable in the area of personal injury law to provide you with the strongest possible advice and guidance to submit a strong wrongful death claim. Instead of trying to take on a wrongful death claim on your own, an attorney can help you understand any of Georgia’s laws that may affect your wrongful death claim. For example, Georgia has statutes of limitations that govern all wrongful death claims. There are laws that also dictate who can file a wrongful death claim, as well as laws that dictate who can receive compensation for a successful wrongful death claim. Attempting to file a wrongful death claim on your own or with an inexperienced lawyer could result in mistakes that cost you and your family any potential compensation for your damages.
Begin The Legal Process In A Free Consultation
We cannot emphasize enough how important it is for you to seek legal representation. Do not let your loved one die in vain and do not allow uncaring and unsympathetic insurance companies try to offer you bare-minimum settlements. We know that there is no dollar amount big enough and no paycheck large enough to even begin compensating for the loss of your dear loved one. What compensation can accomplish, however, is a peace of mind for tomorrow. Knowing medical expenses are covered, funeral costs are taken care of, and pain and suffering is compensated for, you can begin on your journey to healing. Death of a loved one takes a long time to recover from, and some people never fully recover from the loss. Allow us to provide the legal representation you need to help alleviate some of the pain or suffering you may be experiencing right now. The first step to enjoying the rest of your life could be ensuring that the person responsible for your loved one’s wrongful death is brought to justice. We offer free case evaluations and have nearly a decade of experience. Call our firm at 770-628-1208 or send in this email request to start action today.