Waycaster & Allred Law

Wrongful Death

Wrongful death cases present unique issues.

One’s wrongful death can occur from several different circumstances including vehicle collisions, defective products, dangerous conditions on property, professional negligence, or the execution of physical force by another person. The loss of a loved one can be especially painful under any of these circumstances.

Wrongful death cases present unique issues. Not only does Georiga have specific rules about who can bring such a case, but family members are trying to handle a serious legal matter while grieving over a huge loss in their lives. From a legal standpoint, the attorney must know how to handle the case without the benefit of the testimony of the victim.

Georgia law allows for the recovery of the full value of the life of the decedent. This includes not only lost future income, but also intangible things such as the enjoyment of life. Not only do we strive to show a person’s lost earnings but we also strive to show the jury the kind of person the deceased was through the testimony of family and friends.

Our initial consultation is free. Our fees are dependent upon us getting you a successful result. We can discuss your case by phone, in person at our office and even at your home or a hospital, if necessary. All you have to do is get in touch.

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Phone: (706) 226-0100

Fax: (706) 275-6167

Address: 130 West King Street, Dalton, GA, 30720

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 628, Dalton, GA, 30722

This web site is designed to provide general information only. The information contained in this web site in no way represents formal legal advice, nor the formation of an attorney-client relationship. © 2018 R. Leslie Waycaster, Jr. P.C.