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Filing A Wrongful Death Claim In Georgia


Date: May 20, 2015

May-20-2015-300x200Losing a loved one is hard enough and having to fight for justice through a wrongful death case is the last thing you, or your family, should be thinking about. Unfortunately, too many of us lose those most important to us through the negligence of others.

If you believe that your loved one’s death was a result of someone else’s action or inaction, please give us a call today. At FD, we have years of experience with wrongful death cases and can give you the peace of mind you so deserve.

If you’re considering filing a wrongful death claim, you need to make sure you’re eligible to do so. In the state of Georgia, this includes the following:

Spouse – A spouse of a victim is given the highest priority to file.

Children – If there is no surviving spouse, the children of the victim are eligible to file a claim.

Parents – In the absence of both a spouse and/or children, victim’s parents are entitled to a wrongful death lawsuit.

Administrator – If there is no spouse, children or parents to sue, the victim’s estate administrator can collect any compensation awarded.

No amount of money can erase the devastating loss your family has suffered, but we will fight for you to receive the compensation you deserve. The statute of limitations for a wrongful death claim in the state of Georgia expires two years after the victim’s death. If you feel your loved one’s death deserves justice, please contact us immediately. You’re already grieving; you deserve some kind of peace.

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