Compassionate Guidance For Families After A Wrongful Death
Losing a loved one to a preventable death is especially hard to bear. There is nothing anyone can say or do to bring your family member back. At Noland Law Firm, LLC, in Macon, our compassionate attorneys understand this, but we also know that there is something you can do to get justice for your loved one: take action against the negligent party.
We will thoroughly explain your rights and options in Georgia wrongful death cases so you can decide how you want to move forward. Our lawyers will treat your family with respect and kindness as they work to obtain justice by holding the negligent party accountable for their actions in fatal accident cases. We will work closely with you throughout the process, keeping you apprised of the status of your case. Please contact us at 478-216-3043 for a free consultation to learn more.
What Type Of Damages Are You Entitled To?
Every case is different, but in general, compensation in wrongful death cases can include:
- Medical bills from the accident
- The loss of future income and benefits of the deceased (value of life)
- The personal loss of a loved one (loss of consortium)
- Funeral and burial expenses
Typically, only a spouse and children are able to recover some of these damages. The estate of the decedent may be able to recover additional compensation for the conscious pain and suffering of your loved one. We know this can be confusing, but we will explain it all to you when we discuss your case. We have the experience to pursue the maximum damages available to you.
Personal Injury/Wrongful Death
Cases in which a person suffers from injury to the body or mind due to someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing. This can include:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Defective products, and wrongful death.