After A Wrongful Death, A Lawsuit Can Bring Closure
Losing a loved one to an accident caused by another party’s negligence is one of the worst experiences imaginable. There is no amount of compensation of civil penalties great enough to make up for the loss of the person you love. However, filing a lawsuit can go a long way toward holding the negligent party accountable for their actions and helping you find closure.
At C.E. Bryant Law Firm, we represent clients throughout the Atlanta metro area who have lost loved ones in wrongful death incidents. We put in the hard work necessary to help you recover maximum compensation and receive the closure you need to move forward with your life.
What Are Some Common Causes Of Wrongful Death?
Tragically, fatal accidents occur every day. If the negligence of an individual, company or public entity contributes to the accident, the law considers this a wrongful death. Some common examples of wrongful death include:
- Car and truck accidents
- Bicycle and pedestrian accidents
- Construction site accidents
- Dangerous or defective products
- Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents
At C.E. Bryant Law Firm, we have handled a wide variety of wrongful death cases and other serious injury cases. No matter the particulars of your circumstances, we can fight for your rights.
Wrongful Death Can Cause Many Damages
As if suffering the loss of your relative or spouse wasn’t enough, you may also have several expenses due to the accident. You have the right to seek compensation for the damages caused by wrongful death, including medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Although financial compensation cannot bring your loved one back, it can cover your damages and send a message to the perpetrator that their actions were unacceptable.
Discuss Your Options With Us
When you come to our office, you can discuss your situation in detail with our compassionate attorney. We will help you understand your options. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 404-721-0101 or send us an email.