Wrongful death cases can be emotionally taxing for any family, as they may have to relive the trauma and damages they suffered as a result of their loved one’s death. We know how hard this can be for you and your family, we’re ready to listen to your case.
Once we understand the extent of damages your loved one and family have gone through, we can help approximate the value for your case and use this figure to pursue compensation. Roper Injury Law helps you demand compensation for the following damages:
- Compensation for your loss
- If you have adult children, you may also be eligible to recover the value of future financial contributions that their deceased child would have made to them.
- Loss of companionship and other emotional damages
- Lost wages
- Loss of retirement, medical or other benefits
- Funeral expenses and medical expenses prior to the death
- Medical expenses incurred before death
- Lost future income
- General damages for the treatment and hospitalization of the person who died because of the injury they suffered which resulted in death
We may also pursue compensation for other losses based on the nature of your case.
Wrongful death cases can be complicated, and when you are grieving, it is difficult to make these decisions alone. It is in your best interest to find a competent and dependable law firm to help fight for your rights.
Slip and Fall
Slip and fall claims in Georgia are based on injuries sustained by someone from slipping, tripping, or falling. A property owner may be liable to someone injured in a slip and fall when they are negligent in up-keeping or repairing their premises. Slip and falls are one of the most common types of premises liability cases. However, although common, slip and fall cases can cause life-altering injuries. Property owners can be held liable for their negligence if”
- They created a dangerous condition which caused the slip and fall. This is known as “active negligence.” An example of this is if a restaurant employee mops the floor but fails to place “wet floor” warning signs in the area.
- They knew, or should have known, about the hazard yet failed to correct it. This is known as “passive negligence.” An example of this would be if a customer spills liquid on the floor of that same restaurant, notifies the manager, but they take no reasonable steps to clean it up.
If you or somebody you care about has been injured in a slip and fall accident caused by the actions of another person or entity, contact Roper Injury Law for assistance with your case today. We will conduct a full investigation into your claim so we can secure the compensation that you are entitled to. Call (706) 253-2500 or fill out our contact form below to schedule a free consultation. We serve clients throughout Georgia.
When a dog attacks, it can be an incredibly traumatic experience. Most of the time, there is little to no warning before an attack occurs, which can result in serious injuries. Even worse, recovery from a dog bite injury can be a lengthy process. The road to financial recovery is often even longer. This is why it’s important to seek the advice of an experienced attorney to help you evaluate all your options.
Physical recovery from a dog bite can be challenging enough without complications brought on by stress and worry. Having competent legal representation so that you don’t have to worry about not being able to afford your medical bills is essential for putting your mind at ease.
The types of compensation that Roper Injury Law can help you recover are:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Permanent injuries
- Pain, suffering, and emotional distress
If a dog owner has failed to control their dog or properly warn others about their potentially dangerous dog, you should not have to pay the price. At Roper Injury Law, we hold dog owners accountable for their negligence and work tirelessly to help you obtain the compensation you deserve.
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