Creating Accountability For Your Loss
There is no more painful experience than the loss of a loved one in a fatal accident. To have someone you love snatched away because of someone else’s carelessness can devastate individuals and families for a long time.
It can be hard to begin to consider taking legal action while you are in the midst of grieving. In Georgia, there are timetables for most legal actions. In order to preserve your right to hold someone responsible for your loss, you need to act sooner rather than later. Taking action as soon as you can also helps ensure that evidence is preserved. Too often evidence can disappear as time goes by.
Taking The Weight Off Your Shoulders
While we encourage people to begin exercising their legal rights as soon as possible after a fatal accident, we understand how difficult it can be. We focus on taking the weight of pursuing legal action off your shoulders. Part of being there for you includes giving you the space you need to be with family and friends while we work to create justice and pursue all appropriate compensation for you.
We help those who have lost loved ones to:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Defective products
- Premises liability accidents
Trial Experience You Can Place Your Trust In
At the Howell Law Firm, PC, attorney Robb Howell has been helping people fight for justice for their deceased loved ones for 17 years. He understands the pain and grief that people face after such a difficult loss, and he works to help people to hold whoever caused that loss accountable for their carelessness. Let us help you take all necessary legal actions for you.
To learn more about how we have helped others, please review our case results and testimonials pages.
Call 229-589-8970 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. We are known for our strength in the courtroom and our ability to help people through the toughest times.
We take cases on a contingency fee basis. We only collect attorneys’ fees if we secure compensation for you.