Wrongful Death Attorneys
Losing a loved one is very difficult, especially when the death is caused by someone else’s careless or wrongful acts. Georgia law recognizes that life is precious and valuable. Spouses, children, and families often rely on financial support that was provided by the deceased. Children and retirees do not work to provide support, but their lives are valuable, too. Georgia law states that the surviving spouse, parents, or family members are entitled to the full value of life of the deceased, including the wages they would have earned during a lifetime of productive work, and compensation for lost enjoyment of life and activities with friends and loved ones. Sometimes juries also award punitive damages, to punish or deter negligent people from causing wrongful deaths again.
Make no mistake, liable parties and their insurance companies fight hard on these claims. It is very important that the families of wrongful death victims hire their own attorney promptly in order to protect their rights, organize their evidence, and properly pursue their claim. Talk to Stemberger & Cummins before you talk to the insurance company or other interested parties. We can make sure that justice is done for you and your loved ones.
No Fee Unless We Win Your Case
Our experienced attorneys are aggressive and thorough, straightforward and ethical, and we pursue the maximum damages allowed by law to compensate our clients for accidental death claims. Call us today for a free consultation. Your initial consultation is absolutely free, and there is no obligation. If you decide to hire our law firm, you will owe NO FEE until we win your case, at which time attorneys’ fees will be a percentage of the settlement or verdict we collect for you. Simply stated, if we don’t get you anything, you won’t owe any attorneys’ fees.
(Please note that “no fee until we win” refers only to attorneys’ fees charged by the lawyers for their time & legal services. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client. Also, percentage or contingent fees are not permitted in all types of cases, but they are permitted in almost all wrongful death cases.)
Please contact Stemberger & Cummins today at (770) 253-0913 or email@example.com for more information. We represent clients across Georgia, including Atlanta, La Grange, Fayetteville, Columbus, and Griffin.