Have you lost a spouse or family member because to the reckless actions of someone else. Perhaps they were just indifferent or negligent, but their lack of action greatly contributed to your family's loss. Scott Monge, a wrongful death attorney practicing in Georgia, can help your family heal by bringing those responsible to account for their actions. Scott Monge understands the grieving process and the anger you and your family feel, and he has helped countless families face the engines of huge companies that try to prevent those seeking justice from successfully suing for damages.
Unfortunately, those left behind after someone dies often face a difficult uphill battle. They are dealing with the loss of a loved one, and with all the related responsibilities that come with it. They may feel overwhelmed by the prospect of bringing a negligent hospital, nursing home or employer to court because they just want the whole situation to go away.
Unfortunately, those responsible for the death of your spouse or family member know this. They know the emotional fallout that occurs, and they try their best to use that against you to get out of helping with the financial fallout that will soon follow down the line—even though they know they were at fault.
It can be tiring to deal with the representatives of these vested parties after a death has occurred,. Their usual tactics involve trying to minimize the impact of their action in your loss. They will try to justify an aggressive, reckless medical course of action by telling you it was the only course of treatment available to help your family member, even if it wasn't. Or they will try to cover their tracks as soon as they can to avoid appearing as negligent or indifferent as they actually were when your loved one was still in their care. In the case of work environments, they will claim their procedures and equipment perfectly conform to safety laws to get you to stop asking questions, even if they know they weren't. In the worse cases, they will blame your loved one's death on his or her own actions.
This is the most insulting and angering situation to deal with when you and your family are still grieving. The reason for all this subterfuge? These companies know that their indifference, negligence or reckless behaviors make them culpable, and they don't want to admit anything that will force them to pay later on. Your spouse or family member is not a person to them, and in response they treat you with disrespect and denial, hoping you will just go away.
You may feel like you want the whole thing to go away, or you may be filled with indignation over their callousness. Either way, Scott Monge won't give up on bringing them to justice. He will treat you with respect and compassion, just as he has done with all grieving families who have turned to him for help when they have endured a wrongful death.
He has the experience and the aggressive skills to handle these companies who have taken so much from you. He will fight for your rights and the rights of your diseased member. E will make sure that you are buffeted against the coming loss of support that you are not yet ready to deal with. If you and your children were dependent on the earnings of a diseased spouse or family member, Scott Monge will sue the responsible party for all you are entitled to in terms of medical expenses, funeral costs, emotional help and help with future lost earnings. He won't settle for an insulting offer from these big corporations either.