Helping You Seek Justice From Wrongful Death Accidents
Wrongful death accidents represent the worst degree of personal injury. Based in Cartersville, Jenkins, Bowen and Walker, P.C., represents the families of those who died as the result of others' negligent acts.
Our attorneys understand the sensitive, devastating effects of wrongful death. You and your family face not only the loss of a loved one, but also possible lost income and other resources due to the victim's death. Our attorneys will evaluate your case to determine its legal merit and help establish liability. Our goal is for you to receive justice for your wrongful death claim.
The lawyers at Jenkins, Bowen and Walker, P.C., possess extensive experience handling wrongful death cases. We have more than 60 years of combined litigation experience in state and federal courts and have helped families pursue compensation for loved ones who died or were seriously injured as the result of:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Product liability accidents
- Defective product accidents
- Construction accidents
Timing Is Critical
Georgia law restricts wrongful death claims to the victim's spouse, parent or child(ren). Due to these and other restrictions, it is important to consult with us as soon as possible. Do not assume you have plenty of time to file a wrongful death claim. Expert valuations and other legal procedures require time to take effect. The sooner we start, the better our chance of helping you make a recovery.
Pursuing a wrongful death claim can help you recover financial compensation for the lost life. This is not limited to income your loved one may have earned in his or her lifetime; you may also receive compensation for pain and suffering and your loved one's loss of enjoyment of life.
Our lawyers understand the complex nature of wrongful death claims. We often bring in experts to help provide insights into liability and negligence. Economic experts evaluate your loved one's finances to determine lost future income. Accident reconstruction experts help determine liability. Expert testimony helps illustrate to the insurance company and jury the degree of your loved one's accident and the other person's negligence.
Consult Our Attorneys
We serve clients in Bartow County and throughout Georgia. You can reach our Cartersville office at 770-387-1373. If more convenient, you may also send us an email.