Wrongful Death

Alpharetta Wrongful Death Attorney

What is Wrongful Death?

When the life of a loved one has been cut short by the reckless or intentional act of another, this is called a wrongful death. Whether the death was caused by a mugger, drunk driver, fatigued 18 wheeler operator, negligent doctor, careless babysitter or a defective product you need to discuss your case with an Alpharetta accident attorney.

The legal team at our firm has a reputation for thorough case preparation and aggressive representation of our client's interests.

Why Hire a Lawyer for My Wrongful Death Case?

In presenting a wrongful death case your injury attorney very often is confronted by ranks of high powered attorneys funded by wealthy corporations and insurance companies who will make every effort to confuse the issues and even try to prove the victim was at fault. While most defendants prefer to settle out of court in order to avoid having their product or services connected with a fatality, some will be too stubborn to reach a fair settlement.

In these cases you will need to be represented by a wrongful death attorney who is not only skilled in negotiation but also a proven litigator. Our legal firm has an impressive record of successfully representing clients throughout Alpharetta over our years in practice.

Choose the Experience of The Williamson Law Firm

Our legal team will guide you through the entire process from start to finish. We recognize that no amount of financial compensation can ever make up for the loss of your loved one, but a fair compensation can give you and your family the time to recover and rebuild your life.

A personal injury lawyer at our firm answers your questions and is available to discuss your concerns. Keep in mind there is a limited amount of time within which you can file a wrongful death action. Call The Williamson Law Firm as soon as possible for a consultation and case evaluation.

Contact an Alpharetta wrongful death lawyer at the firm for sound advice and an explanation of your options.