Fulton County Wrongful Death

Practice Area photo     Anywhere between 10 and 30 people lose their lives in car accidents each year in Fulton County, Georgia.  The suffering that those families endured is beyond comprehension, and the emotional, psychological, and even physical damage that each family went through could never be described by any number.  If you have lost a loved one, thinking about finances and legalities at this time can be exceptionally difficult, but just one phone call to trusted Fulton County wrongful death attorney Charles Scholle can make a difference.  In this trying time, Charles Scholle can help you work through your case to make sure that, at the very least, you family is getting the financial compensation they need to death with the aftermath of the accident.

     He will deal with the insurance companies to make sure that you are getting the fair compensation that you are legally entitled to.  Insurance companies will only try to maximize their profits, and this means they will attempt to seek the lowest settlemnt possible, regardless of the pain and suffering you and your family are going through.  Getting an insensitive call about finances from an insurance company is the last thing you want to deal with at such a frustrating and difficult time.  However by hiring an experienced wrongful death attorney, you can rest easier knowing that your lawyer will stand up for your rights and that you will not have to battle with the tricks of insurance companies.  

     Although getting in touch with an attorney while you are still grieving can be uncomfortable, hiring an attorney early in the process will give you a stronger case.  Some evidence that is available immediately following the accident, like pictures of the accident and police reports, are easier to find shortly after the accident than months down the road.  If necessary, a lawyer may hire an accident reconstructionist to piece together exactly what happened, and make it clear to the insurance companies and other people involved in the accident that no evidence should be intentionally hidden or destroyed.  They will also obtain any medical records detailing personal injuries, such as brain injuries, that the victim suffered before passing away.  This will give you a stronger case should your case go to court.

     If you believe a loved one has died due to another's negligence or fault, then you should contact Fulton County wrongful death attorney Charles Scholle, a well- respected Georgia personal injury lawyer, to discuss your case.  Call 770-717-5100 to schedule your free consultation today.