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Atlanta Wrongful Death Attorneys
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The death of a loved one is always a traumatic event; it is especially so when the death could have been prevented. Aside from being emotionally devastating, however, the sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one can also create overwhelming financial burdens. In many cases, families lose a source of emotional and financial support and are faced with medical bills and funeral and burial costs. To pursue compensation for these costs, our practice can file a wrongful death lawsuit on your behalf. The attorneys at Zevin & Rosenbloum treat each case with skill and diligence, and we gladly provide any assistance we can to help our clients through their challenges and frustrations.
Definition of Wrongful Death
A wrongful death is defined as any death of a human being that results from the negligent or deliberately harmful actions of a person or group of people. In order for a wrongful death lawsuit to be successful, the plaintiff, usually the family of the deceased, must prove the death was preventable and the fault of the defendant.
Causes & Examples
Every year, thousands of wrongful death lawsuits are filed in the United States. These tragic deaths can stem from a wide range of causes, including:
- Auto Accidents
- Trucking Accidents
- Workplace Hazards
- Personal Assaults
- Defective Products
- Medical Malpractice
- Drug Side Effects
In many cases, the motivation of the party at fault does not matter--for example, rarely does someone intend to get into a car accident. Zevin & Rosenbloum, located in Atlanta, can help file a wrongful death lawsuit; our attorneys have the experience and resources to help our clients fight for compensation.
Contact Zevin & Rosenbloum
To learn more about wrongful death litigation or to schedule a consultation with a lawyer, please contact our Atlanta practice at (404) 522-1616 or (888) 522-1622. A wrongful death lawsuit, as our attorneys know, often feels like an additional burden during an already difficult time for our clients. That’s why we treat every person who comes into our office with compassion and respect and pledge to devote ourselves fully to winning.