Wrongful Death

It's devastating when a loved one dies unexpectedly — and taking legal action against those responsible is often the last thing on one's mind when grieving a sudden tragedy. But when your loved one's death is due to the negligence, irresponsibility or carelessness of another, you deserve to be compensated for your loss, pain and suffering.

Under Georgia law, if you have lost a loved one due to the actions of another, certain people have the right to bring a wrongful death action against those responsible — to hold them accountable for their actions. At Malone Law, we have been representing the interests of surviving family members who have been left behind for over 50 years — obtaining compensation to help with expenses, bills and the loss of your loved one's financial support. We can help in wrongful death cases involving:

We Can Answer Your Questions

Our experienced lawyers work diligently to find the answers you need following the unexpected death of your loved one. Our team of dedicated professionals digs deep into the cause of the fatal incident and thoroughly investigates the sources of causation and blame — all in service of getting you the compensation you deserve.

Clients Rely On Our Tradition Of Excellence

Bringing a wrongful death claim in Georgia is complicated. And to prevail in such an action, you need a law firm that knows not only the law and the procedure, but knows how to win. Through the years, we have helped many people move forward in their lives following the death of a loved one.

$7.8 million for the wrongful death of 31-year-old mother of two who died from being crushed between two tractor-trailers while performing her duties as a security guard

$5.25 million for the wrongful death of three children who died as a result of burns sustained in a propane explosion

$3 million for the wrongful death of two young boys and a professional football player who drowned while attempting to rescue the drowning boys in a city owned water park

$2.25 million for the wrongful death of a 59 year-old female and grandmother of two who bled to death in the operating room from a trocar injury caused by the resident surgeons while performing a laparoscopic repair of a hiatal hernia

With a reputation for excellence, you can count on our attorneys to do what's right by you. Contact us online or call 770-913-6423 to reach our office in Atlanta.