Helping You Through The Darkest Times
Sadly, tens of thousands of Americans die each year due to fatal accidents or medical errors. Family members of the decedent can file a wrongful death suit in which they can hold the negligent party responsible for the death of a loved one.
When you lose a loved one, you need a compassionate and knowledgeable lawyer who cares about your situation and can work alongside you. This is exactly what we do at Taylor, Tucker & Jones, LLC.
Our firm has been so successful in fighting for our clients’ compensation.
We make a positive recovery in over 98% of the cases we pursue.
What Can I Recover Damages For?
In a wrongful death suit, the family of the decedent may be able to sue for damages related to the loss of their loved one. In general, you could possibly recover damages for:
- Loss of financial support
- Costs of funeral expenses
- Loss of love and emotional support
- Loss of intimacy and companionship
- The decedent’s pain and suffering prior to death
- Financial costs of medical care
A successful wrongful death claim depends on several factors, including the following:
- How well you can argue the error or accident was preventable
- The ability to prove the error caused pain and suffering before the death occurred
- Ability to prove your loved one could have sued if he or she survived
We Will Guide You Through This
Taylor, Tucker & Jones, LLC, understands the grief you are experiencing after losing a loved one and how heartbreaking it is to know that the death may have been preventable. We will work to recover the costs associated with the death.
We offer free consultations so do not hesitate to call or contact us online. We serve Peachtree City, Atlanta and all of Georgia.
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