Support and Experienced Legal Guidance When You Need It Most
Wrongful death claims are the most emotionally difficult cases our attorneys encounter. Losing a loved one is always hard, but when the loss is sudden and caused by the negligence of another person or company, it can be even more devastating. At The Hawk Law Group, we provide support and legal guidance to the families of wrongful death victims at this most difficult time. The majority of wrongful death claims our attorneys handle are the result of fatal motor vehicle accidents, including:
- Car accidents
- Distracted driver and texting accidents
- Drunk driver accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
We also handle lawsuits for families who have lost loved ones in:
- Falling accidents
- Construction accidents
- Nursing home accidents
- Any other accident where a life was lost due to a negligent individual or company
The Value of Your Loved One’s Life
Under Georgia laws, families are compensated for the full value of a person’s life. While no amount of money can make up for the loss of your loved one, it is important to consult with an attorney who has significant experience dealing with the economic calculations involved in determining the value of a lost life. At The Hawk Law Group, our lawyers work with financial experts to determine the deceased’s income. We measure all relevant damages and analyze insurance policies, medical bills, funeral expenses and other items, and identify ways to help our injured clients receive the maximum compensation available.
Contact Us – Attorneys Handling Georgia Fatal Accident Lawsuits
Our strategies are based on many years of experience and have led to tremendous results for families who would not otherwise have received the full compensation they needed and deserved. Call 800-392-5456 for a free consultation with an experienced Augusta wrongful death attorney, or contact us online and we will be in touch with you shortly. Proudly serving the CSRA with offices in Augusta GA, Thomson GA, Waynesboro GA, and Evans GA.