Under Georgia law, a surviving spouse, a child or parents (if there is no spouse or child available) may pursue a wrongful death suit upon the loss of a loved one. Our Atlanta wrongful death lawyers can help put your case together in this difficult time.
If there are no surviving spouses, children or family, the executor of the deceased’s estate can file a case on behalf of any next of kin.
There’s a lot to know about wrongful death cases, and we understand that trying to understand the intricacies of the state’s wrongful death statute is the last thing on your mind in the aftermath of your loved one’s death. Trust in our lawyers to help guide you through the legal intricacies.
It’s our job to understand the law and keep you fully informed on how your case is proceeding, as well as to make sure you have a viable claim. We take this responsibility seriously, and we know how important it is in the event of such extraordinary tragedy.
We can discuss your claim at a free initial consultation.
If you’re looking for an experienced, trustworthy wrongful death lawyer in the Atlanta, Georgia area, please call Lourie, Chance, Forlines, Carter & King, PC today at 404-760-7400 or contact us online for a free consultation.