Fatal Accident Lawyers Mississippi

After a fatal accident has taken the life of a child, parent or spouse – legal formalities may be the farthest thing from your mind. At the same time, financial questions will arise. For example:

  • How will we pay for funeral expenses?
  • How will we manage without our loved one’s income?
  • How will I save enough money for my child’s college education without my spouse’s income?

Wrongful death lawsuits have two main purposes. The first purpose is to give answers to those important financial questions that come up after the untimely death of a close family member. The second purpose is to hold the person who caused your loved one’s death responsible – legally and financially – for his or her actions.


Let Us Worry About the Legal Issues

At the Jackson, Mississippi, law firm of Gill, Ladner & Priest, PLLC, our experience representing families in wrongful death lawsuits has given us insight into the cares and stresses involved in these cases.
Our attorneys provide compassionate, caring and attentive legal help for families who need to seek financial compensation for the ultimate loss.

Our lawyers take our jobs very seriously in all personal injury cases – and especially in wrongful death cases. We shoulder the burden of the legal concerns so that our clients may turn to the work of grieving and organizing the distribution of their loved one’s property.

Contact Gill, Ladner & Priest today to set up a free, confidential consultation.

Concluding a Wrongful Death Action Can Help You Return to Positive Memories

In our experience, the settlement of a wrongful death claim helps a family stop focusing on the accident that claimed the life of their loved one. After the successful conclusion of a wrongful death action, family members usually find themselves free to concentrate on more positive memories of their loved one’s life.


Contact Gill, Ladner & Priest Today for a Free Consultation

If you believe your loved one’s death was caused by another party’s negligence, incompetence or wrongdoing, schedule a free, private appointment with one of our experienced attorneys.

Send us an e-mail or call 601.352.5700  to schedule an appointment.