Yes, certain family members can sue for wrongful death after the death of a loved one. However, keep in mind that not everyone in the family can file a claim. There are only a few people who can bring forward a wrongful death suit. If those family members are legally eligible to do so, they can make …
FAQs: Wrongful Death Lawsuits
Wrongful death lawsuits are complicated and emotionally taxing. We know that this is an incredibly painful and difficult time for you and your loved ones. Our goal here at John Foy & Associates is to help you get justice for what happened and get you a proper settlement that will help you and others grieving move forward.
Naturally, there are many questions you may have about wrongful death lawsuits, like:
- What is the process to file a claim?
- What should you know beforehand prior to filing your claim?
- Will my claim go to trial?
When it comes to wrongful death, there are many legal requirements and regulations surrounding these claims. We provide you with answers to frequently asked questions regarding wrongful death lawsuits and what to do. While we can’t provide extremely case-specific answers, we do our best to give you all of the information you need to get started.
Complex legal battles can be challenging to face alone, especially when you’re grieving and dealing with loss. Our attorneys are compassionate, knowledgeable, and ready to help. We can help you understand all of the legal rights available to you through a free consultation.
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What is a Wrongful Death Claim?
When someone dies in an accident, certain people may be able to bring a wrongful death claim on behalf of the deceased. However, A wrongful death claim differs from other personal injury claims. Only a few people can bring this type of claim, and there are additional damages you may be able to collect. This …
How Does a Wrongful Death Claim Work?
When a person dies because of another person or entity’s negligence, the deceased’s loved ones may be able to bring a wrongful death claim. To file a wrongful death claim, you need to understand how exactly it works, including who can bring this type of claim. Like a personal injury claim, a wrongful death claim …
What Are the Most Important Things to Know About My Wrongful Death Case in Georgia?
A wrongful death case results from a death caused by someone else’s negligence. Examples of wrongful death could be a drunk driver hitting and killing a pedestrian who was legally crossing the road, someone running a red light and causing a car accident that kills another driver, and so many other scenarios. Wrongful death cases …
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Georgia?
Unfortunately, many families in Georgia find themselves faced with the death of a loved one because of the negligent, careless, or even criminal acts of another person or party. This is known as a wrongful death case. Georgia wrongful death lawyers can help loved ones get justice and adhere to established rules for how to …