Gwinnett County Wrongful Death

Practice Area photo     In the past several years, more than 500 lives were lost as a result of car crashes in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Unfortunately, car accidents happen every day, and you never know when one of these accidents can result in the loss of a loved one until it has already happened. Coping with the loss of a loved one can take years, and only the family of the deceased can truly understand how difficult this time can be. However, in this frustrating and emotionally difficult time, Gwinnett County wrongful death lawyer Charles Scholle is here to help take some of the burden off you and your family.

     A wrongful death is defined as a death that occurs when a person is killed because of the negligence, reckless disregard, or willful misconduct of another individual or company.  Although many wrongful death cases arise as a result of car accidents, there are other categories of wrongful death in Georgia including medical malpractice, criminal behavior, airplane accidents, occupational exposure to hazardous conditions or substances, and death during a supervised activity.

     Wrongful death attorneys, such as Charles Scholle seek to get the surviving families of the deceased finances to cover any expenses incurred as a result of the death, whether it be covering medical expenses for a spine injury or making up for lost income.  Charles Scholle aims to examine your particular case and make sure that you are getting as much financial compensation as possible to help you through this difficult time.  He will use his years of experience with wrongful death cases in Georgia to prove fault and hold the negligent party accountable for their actions.  He will also walk you through the legal jargon and ensure your legal rights are fully protected by keeping you informed on elements like the statutes of limitations for filing a claim in Georgia.  This way, you can spend your time coping with the emotional repercussions of the accident and letting him worry about recovering the financial costs associated with the accident.

     If you have lost a loved one as the result of a deadly accident, Charles Scholle can assist you.  Call Scholle Law at 770-717-5100 to schedule your free initial consultation today.