Savannah Wrongful Death Lawyers

The death of a loved one, even when due to a long-term illness or advanced age, is one of the toughest times any family must endure. But it can be devastating if their life was unexpectedly cut short due to someone else’s negligence.

At Owens & Mulherin Injury Lawyers, we know that you may be unsure of the next steps to take after the loss of your loved one. Our Savannah wrongful death attorneys have helped many bereaved families get justice for lost loved ones, and we want our experience to work for you too.

Our attorneys have handled wrongful death cases arising from auto accidents, tractor-trailer collisions, nursing home abuse or neglect, medical malpractice, and even falls. We will help you get an administrator or executor appointed for your loved one’s estate so that we can obtain their medical and other records, and so that you can begin handling their estate.

It’s our goal to help you and your family focus on honoring your loved one’s memory. Let us take some of the burden off your shoulders during this difficult time. Contact us today at 1-800-396-5368 or fill out a free online consultation form.

Types of Wrongful Death Compensation

In addition to the grief your family is experiencing, you also may be dealing with an uncertain financial future—especially if they were the primary income source for your family. To make matters worse, their death can leave you with many expenses you might not be able to afford.

Our legal team will fight to maximize your compensation for things like:

  • Medical bills
    Ambulance rides, prescription medications, lab tests, surgeries, and overnight stays in the hospital can quickly add up to big bills that you might not be able to afford. And unfortunately, medical bills don’t go away when patients pass. When we take on your claim, we’ll make sure the insurance company knows how much the hospital charged you for your loved one’s treatment.
  • Lost wages
    Thinking about how you’re going to provide for yourself and the rest of your family after losing a secondary or primary source of income can be frightening and stressful. But unlike medical bills, lost income continues to add up and affect your family week after week, month after month, and year after year. We’ll calculate the financial impact of your loved one’s death, and we’ll pursue full compensation on your family’s behalf.
  • Funeral expenses
    You want to preserve their memory and celebrate your loved one’s life, but the costs associated with funerals can be unaffordable. Our legal team will do everything we can to help you get compensated for the expenses you incur when making plans to lay your loved one to rest.
  • Full value of the life of the deceased person
    In addition to dollar damages, such as medical bills, lost wages, and funeral bills, Georgia courts allow recovery for the full value of the life of the deceased, as determined by a jury. This means that a dollar figure is created by the jury based on how they lived and their relationships with others.

With nearly 20 years of experience assisting families experiencing difficult times, our legal team knows how to provide a helping hand during some of life’s most difficult moments.

We Handle a Variety of Wrongful Death Claims

If negligence played a role in your loved one’s death, you can count on our Savannah wrongful death attorneys to have the experience and resources to build a strong claim on your behalf.

At Owens & Mulherin, we strive to stand up for people who have lost loved ones due to the carelessness of others. We pride ourselves on being a resource for support for bereaved clients while also working hard to get them the compensation they deserve. Call today to speak with our attorneys—just dial 1-800-396-5368 or complete free initial consultation form. Our No Fee Guarantee® means you have nothing to lose—you don’t owe us anything unless you get money for your claim.