Who May File A Wrongful Death Claim?

The unexpected death of a family member can be one of the most challenging obstacles to overcome. The emotional and financial consequences can stretch on for years after a death. No one should have to address this situation alone. The law office of Michael M. Calabro, Esq., protects the rights of surviving family members and their ability to claim financial restitution after a sudden, tragic loss.

Did you lose a loved one due to another party's negligence? Call 678-987-8425 to schedule a free case consultation and discuss your legal options.

Know Your Rights As A Survivor

After the loss of a loved one, our firm can help you reclaim financial losses with a wrongful death claim. A spouse, adult children, parents or a personal representative may pursue compensation on their behalf. Georgia law requires that negligent, reckless or intentional actions or inaction be proven to justify a wrongful death claim. We have over three decades of experience filing wrongful death claims and can confidently identify and prove fault.

Wrongful death claims may include the actual value of a life cut short, such as lost wages, and compensation for the other benefits lost to a spouse or child, like the companionship and security provided in the relationship. If a death puts unexpected costs on survivors, such as funeral expenses and medical costs before death, they may claim reimbursement as well.

Contact Our Attorney To Protect Your Rights

Our lawyer can help you claim maximum possible reimbursement and compensation in wrongful death settlements and lawsuits. We help Fulton County residents rebuild their lives and finances after a sudden loss. Email our Alpharetta office today or call 678-987-8425 for a free consultation about a wrongful death claim.