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Wrongful Death

Savannah, Georgia, Wrongful Death Attorneys

When a loved one has been killed, it can seem as if nothing will ever be the same. But holding negligent people or companies accountable for their harmful actions can help a grieving family gain a sense of closure. It can help people move forward, gaining assurance that they will have the resources to take care of the remaining children. It can also help prevent future harm — stopping the same kind of accidents from happening to someone else.

At Ladson Law Firm, PC, in Savannah, Georgia, we help families take legal action when a loved one has been killed. As a small law firm, we have the time and resources to work closely with grieving families. We tailor our services to your needs — taking a tough approach in the courtroom, but a soft one with our clients.

This dual approach has helped us achieve a reputation for excellence in all cases, including wrongful death matters. Our founding lawyer, Brice Ladson, is AV-rated under Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system. He was also listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers through 2010, which reflects the best lawyers and law firms in the country. Together with his son Mitchell Ladson, he works with the staff at Ladson Law Firm, PC to achieve further success in each case and with each client, including cases involving fatal car crashes, drowning victims and those killed by defective products.

Contact Us by Calling 912-234-1118

If a loved one has become the victim of wrongful death, contact our Savannah law firm to talk about your options. Our main office is conveniently located in suburban Richmond Hill, away from the traffic and hassle of downtown Savannah.

We offer free initial consultations for personal injury and accidental death matters. We also represent clients on a contingency basis — this means that there is no fee unless you win.

Accidents that cause wrongful death occur on many interstates, including I-16 and I-95, as well as highways like 204, 404, 25, 17, 196, 84, 196, 38, 21 and 30. Wherever a loved one has been killed, call us to talk about your options with a lawyer.