Like all Alabama cities, the people of Gadsden deal with accidents, personal injuries and wrongful death situations. While not all accidents are the result of someone else's neglect or misconduct, many accidents and deaths do occur as the result of careless actions by another. If you live in Gadsden and recently lost a loved one due to the misconduct of someone else, then you should consider consulting with a wrongful death attorney about pursuing an Alabama wrongful death case.
The skilled Gadsden wrongful death attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. are located centrally in Alabama and are ready to help you and your family during this difficult time. If your family has lost a loved one due to another's misconduct, then they should be held accountable. The team at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. will work tirelessly and aggressively to investigate the wrongful death claim to determine if it has merit, and if so, our attorneys will seek a monetary recovery for your family. While nothing can bring back your loved one, our attorneys will pursue a claim on your behalf and seek money damages in an effort to hold the at-fault person or party responsible. Also, our efforts will send a message that the type of behavior that led to your loved one's death is unacceptable and will not be tolerated in Alabama.
If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in an accident, don't wait, call the experienced Gadsden wrongful death attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. at 205.324.3600
or online here
. Our attorneys are standing by to ensure you and your family can grieve and recover. Let our attorneys handle all aspects of pursuing a wrongful death legal matter on your behalf. Your family pays nothing unless we recover money for you.
Etowah County Health Statistics
Etowah County, for which Gadsden is the county seat, houses nearly 103,000 citizens. According to the Alabama Center for Health Statistics, the county saw 1,390 deaths in a recent year. Additionally, of note: there were 1,214 births; and citizens had a life expectancy of 72.8 years. Of the recorded deaths in Etowah County, 91 were of an accidental nature. Often times, accidental deaths are the result of another person's careless behavior and should be investigated as such. Should the negligent behavior of another result in the death of your loved one, the Gadsden wrongful death attorneys at Hollis Wright will be sure to investigate all aspects of the case. We will fight for you while you spend time with your family. Using a variety of resources—including financial, manpower, and investigative—we will take the time to assess the wrongful death situation and determine the extent to which someone else is responsible.
The 91 accidental deaths in Etowah County in a recent year represent the fourth leading cause of death in the county. Some of the causes of these accidental deaths are motor vehicle accidents (42 deaths), fire-related (6 deaths), and falls (3 deaths). All of these causes of death very often are related to another person's careless behavior or misconduct. Motor vehicle accidents can be caused by a variety of reasons, including texting and driving, drunk driving, distracted driving, and speeding. Fire deaths and falls are often related to a premises liability issue such as defect on property.
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Losing a family member is likely one of the most difficult situations a person will ever face. You can ensure that you are able to devote time with your family to mourn and rebuild by letting the attorneys at Hollis Wright handle your wrongful death legal claim.
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in any sort of accident due to the carelessness of another, call the Gadsden wrongful death attorneys as soon as possible. Your consultation is free, and you pay no money unless we recover damages for you. You can reach us at 205.324.3600
, or online here