We Understand How Difficult It Is To Lose A Loved One
While no amount of money can ever replace someone who passed away, taking legal action after a wrongful death can hold wrongdoers accountable for their actions and give surviving family members the resources they need to move forward with their lives.
At Gammon, McFall & Villarreal, our experienced attorneys fight hard to help the surviving families of people killed in accidents of all kinds. We represent spouses and children of people killed in car and trucking accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, or by dangerous or defective products.
When a loved one has been lost, talk with an attorney about your options. Call Gammon, McFall & Villarreal at 770-574-4925 to schedule a no-obligation case review.
What Happens In A Wrongful Death Case?
Wrongful death cases in Georgia have special legal requirements that must be met and can require a great deal of preparation. For example, an administrator must be appointed to represent the estate of the deceased and, if the wrongful death case involves a minor, there is a statutory process that must be followed in probate court.
As experienced attorneys, we have the knowledge, skill and resources necessary to handle these serious cases. We can guide you through the process of filing a successful wrongful death case to make sure that you get the compensation you deserve.
Talk To An Attorney About Taking Legal Action
When someone you love has passed away, talk to an attorney about taking legal action. Speak with the personal injury lawyers at Gammon, McFall & Villarreal by calling 770-574-4925 for a free initial consultation. You may also complete our online contact form.
For your convenience, we offer evening and weekend appointments by request. Home and hospital visits are available for personal injury victims. We have offices in Cedartown and Rome.