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Gwinnett County Wrongful Death Attorney Shane Smith Explains the Basics of a Georgia Wrongful Death Claim

Grayson Wrongful Death Attorney Shane Smith Gives an Overview of Personal Injury Incidents Attributable to a Georgia Wrongful Death Claim

If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence or recklessness of an at-fault third party, you may have a Georgia wrongful death claim. A wrongful death claim precipitated from a fatal Gwinnett County auto accident, a fatal incident of workplace place or other types of incidents attributable to a third party has a definition of its own. In fact, the term wrongful death means the death of anyone that has been caused by the purposeful, reckless or negligent actions of a third party (a person, business or institution).   

What Types of Incidents May Enables a Georgia Wrongful Death Claim?

Georgia wrongful death attorney Shane Smith would like to discuss what circumstances may entitle you to a wrongful death claim due to a fatal Gwinnett County personal injury:

  • Victim of an intentional criminal act (shooting, stabbing, beating, etc.)
  • Victim of workplace violence
  • Product liability (unsafe products)
  • Unintentional deaths caused by negligence or recklessness (fatal Grayson Car Accident, etc.)

These are just some of the possible reasons why you may be able to pursue a Georgia wrongful death claim against the negligent or reckless party. Georgia wrongful death attorney Shane Smith will be able to evaluate your individual circumstances and see if you are entitled to a wrongful death claim. Do not wait any longer to see if your circumstances merit a Georgia wrongful death claim – call the Law Offices of Shane Smith to schedule a free consultation at (770) 487-8999.

Who Can File a Georgia Wrongful Death Claim?                                                                                             

Generally speaking, the spouse of the deceased relative can bring a legal claim. If no spouse is living, then a child or a combination or children may be permitted to sue. If there are no living relatives of the decedent, then a legal representative, normally appointed by the probate courts may be permitted to file the wrongful death claim.

Since there are so many legal intricacies to a wrongful death claim that may be caused by an auto accident, it is best to speak with a Gwinnett County wrongful death attorney. The Law Offices of Shane Smith will help you determine what legal rights you are entitled to today. Call (888) 927-6955 to see what you’re legal rights are today!


Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia