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Fatal Accident Involving a Child

Nothing equals the loss of a child. The pain has no parallel and it impacts every part of your life – from the minute you wake up, to the moment you fall asleep. It is a tragic event, no matter what the circumstances or reasons may be. If another individual caused your son or daughter’s accident, the pain can be especially acute. Families facing such a situation are more than likely quite frustrated, possibly even clouded by anger and grief. You may be wondering:

  • Who is responsible for my child’s death?
  • Can they be held accountable?
  • Should I call an attorney?
  • What options do I have?

The Atlanta wrongful death attorneys at Grant Law Office are prepared to help answer these questions – and many more. Over our three decades of practice, we have seen the harm that can come from the wrongful death of a child. It is an agonizing event that no parent should have to endure. We are committed to helping families who've unexpectedly lost a son or daughter, while holding the at-fault party responsible for their negligence. We will use every resource at our disposal to help your family obtain the recovery it deserves.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact our Atlanta wrongful death lawyers at (404) 995-3955.

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How Could This Happen To Our Family?

Wrongful death happens when someone is killed either intentionally or through an act of negligence. If someone hurt your child through their negligent actions, they could be held liable for wrongful death. The same applies to anyone that behaves in a reckless manner that causes your son or daughter’s death. In the case of negligent behavior, it must be proven that the defendant owed your son or daughter a level of care and failed to apply this standard when necessary. This can occur in a variety of different circumstances, such as:

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How Can a Georgia Wrongful Death Claim Help?

Of course, one of the main questions raised by those who have lost a child to wrongful death is: "What good will it do? The damage has already been done." To a certain degree, this is true. All the legal action in the world can't turn back time or undo what has been done. However, a successful wrongful death claim can help you overcome those immediate financial obstacles you may be facing, such as funerary expenses and doctor’s fees. In addition, any monies obtained will provide you and your family with the necessary space in which to recover.

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Contact a Dedicated Atlanta Wrongful Death Attorney

Grant Law Office has helped many Georgia families through this difficult time. For more information about wrongful death or to schedule a consultation, contact a Georgia personal injury lawyer at Grant Law Office at (404) 995-3955.

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Georgia Child Wrongful Death Lawyer Disclaimer: The legal information offered herein by Grant Law Office, is not formal legal advice, nor is it the formation of an attorney client relationship. In order for our firm to be considered your attorney there must be a signed agreement between the client and the firm. Any results set forth herein are based solely upon the circumstances of that particular case and offer no promise or guarantee on the outcome of any other case. Please contact a lawyer for a consultation.

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*Wayne Grant has been practicing law since 1979. Grant Law Office was founded in 2000.