A high school track star has passed away in Georgia after he was involved in a car accident. He was a passenger in the car, riding in the front seat. The police are still carrying out the investigation, but they think it is likely that they will have criminal charges for the driver of that car when all is said and done.
When people think of deadly medical mistakes, they often think of active errors like making a mistake during surgery that causes a patient to suffer from excessive blood loss. These types of mistakes absolutely do happen, and they can be deadly. However, lethal medical mistakes are not confined to these types of errors.
Several members of a Georgia woman's family stood before a judge in Houston County Superior Court recently and tearfully told her what the loss of a 42-year-old woman -- a wife, mother, daughter and sister -- meant to them.
The loss of a loved one, especially a spouse or a child, will change your life dramatically. You might not understand why they were taken from you and why it wasn't you. You might also have the feeling that you can no longer go on with life. These are all normal feelings that people go through when they suffer a tragic loss. Today, we will discuss how to accept help following the death of a loved one.
Have you lost a loved one in a Georgia car accident? This is never an easy situation to handle, especially if it was a child or a young parent. Either way, the loss of a loved one is overwhelming. As the surviving family member of the victim, you are permitted to file suit for loss of consortium.
There are plenty of things you can do following the wrongful death of a loved one in Georgia. This includes talking with family, seeing a therapist, visiting the accident scene and much more. One important aspect of healing is seeking support. You need to find support for your grieving process somewhere if you want to properly grieve the loss of your loved one.
With the summer rapidly approaching in Georgia, it's time to take a look at some important bicycle safety tips. If you enjoy going for a nice bike ride in the Cumming area you will want to take as many safety precautions as possible. Avoiding accidents with motor vehicles is important, especially since you are afforded no protection when on a bike like you would have inside a car.
The loss of a loved one is never easy. It can be an even more difficult situation when the loved one died due to the negligence of another. This is known as wrongful death. Sadly, wrongful death is common in Georgia. Wrongful death occurs on job sites, at emergency scenes, because of motor vehicle accidents, murder and other reasons. Here are some tips for coping with the wrongful death of a loved one.
When you lose a loved one unexpectedly, it is always difficult to know how to respond. In many cases, it is possible to bring a wrongful death suit against some party that you believe bears responsibility for the death, but such lawsuits do not carry the weight of criminal accusations. If you win a wrongful death lawsuit, which is similar to a lawsuit you may file after receiving an injury in a car accident, you may receive compensation for your losses.
A child's death is always a tragedy, but sometimes it is also the beginning of a legal battle for justice, like in the case of a mother from Macon who's child drowned in a lake in 2015. Not only does the mother believe that her child's death resulted from another person's negligence, she believes the person responsible is the child's own father.