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Experienced Shooting Injury and Fatality Attorneys Representing Clients Throughout Georgia

At Ashby Thelen Lowry, our Georgia shooting death and injury lawyers know that gun violence can change the lives of victims, witnesses, and bystanders alike.

Whether you were injured or lost a loved one in a robbery or another attack, during a hunting incident, as an intended target, during an unintentional shooting, or as a bystander, gunshot wounds often cause debilitating, long-term injuries requiring intensive, life-saving medical care, reconstructive surgery, rehabilitation, and physical therapy. Others can result in permanent disfigurement and necessitate in-home care.

When shooting victims do not survive their injuries, their families are devastated from the loss of their loved one, and the circumstances surrounding their death.

In most cases, the criminal courts will take the lead in investigating shooting deaths and injuries in Georgia. However, survivors and families who have lost their loved ones under these circumstances should know more about their legal rights and options to pursue the shooter, the gun owner, or another third party that negligently allowed the attack to occur, in civil court to seek compensation for their damages, and obtain personal justice.

We have guided our clients and their families through the legal process with precision for over a decade and have procured record-setting verdicts for our clients — because that is what they deserve.

Contact us today at (404) 777-7771 or online to determine whether we are a good fit for your case, so we can start pursuing real results together.

Who Can Be Held Liable for Georgia Shooting Deaths and Injuries?

At Ashby Thelen Lowry, our shooting death and injury lawyers in Georgia strive to provide actual results for real people who have been injured or lost their family members because of another party’s negligence.

When it comes to shooting deaths and injuries in Georgia, our personal injury attorneys must investigate who pulled the trigger, who owned the gun, where the incident occurred, and how and why it occurred.

In some cases, shooting injuries and fatalities are facilitated by negligence.

If a child finds a gun at a neighbor’s home and shoots himself, another child, or an adult with the firearm, the gun owner may be found negligent for the incident because he or she did not secure the gun.

If a resident or visitor is shot during a robbery at an apartment complex, after several robberies had been reported in the same parking lot/area before the latest incident, the property owner may be held liable for the victim’s damages for failing to provide the proper security to help others avoid a foreseeable occurrence.

If another third party, including bar owners or event organizers, fails to provide adequate security measures or is otherwise negligent in protecting those on their premises by taking reasonable precautions to protect individuals from harm, they may be held liable for the shooting and the resulting damages.

Shooting incidents that may involve third-party negligence may also occur in various settings that include:

  • Concerts, festivals, or public events with inadequate security planning or emergency response procedures.
  • Schools, colleges, or other educational institutions with insufficient security protocols or training.
  • Shopping centers, malls, gas stations, and convenient stores with insufficient surveillance or security personnel.
  • Apartment complexes lacking security and monitoring protocols.

There is no limit to the number of ways gun violence can impact our clients and their families. This is why we deliberately limit the number of cases we take so that we can build relationships with our clients, devote the time that their cases deserve, and make their goals our goals. Together, we have decades of experience in overseeing the most complicated, catastrophic, and meaningful cases on behalf of the most deserving clients.

When a client retains us, our goal is to be at their service for life, and that service usually starts at the most awful moment of their life — when they need a catastrophic injury attorney like us.

It is our honor, and our passion, to serve.

Our personal injury attorneys represent individuals and families throughout Georgia by walking alongside them during their recovery and legal journey. We are certain you never thought you would need a personal injury attorney. And you were right: You need an advocate.

We have earned our clients’ trust with hard work, frequent communication, and expertise. We can provide the same exceptional legal advice, guidance, and representation for you and your family, starting with a free case review.

Our Georgia Shooting Injury and Fatality Law Firm is Here to Help

At Ashby Thelen Lowry, we understand that shooting injury victims are more than physically hurt. Their emotional and psychological well-being is also compromised by the incident, which can leave long-lasting scars that require intensive therapy. We also know that when families lose someone they love to gun violence, their lives are impacted physically, emotionally, and financially. We want to help.

Contact our skilled Georgia shooting death and injury lawyers and support team today at (404) 777-7771 to schedule a free consultation, so we can tell your story and ensure your voice is heard by pursuing the best outcome for your unique case.

We’re here to help.

Don Fountain

“The most serious and complex cases require the most talented, creative and hard-working attorneys. Picking an attorney who lacks the”

— Don Fountain; Nationally-renowned Catastrophic Injury Lawyer; Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin

“I have watched Drew season as a lawyer over the course of his career. He has always been smart and”

— Joe Fried; Nationally-renowned Trucking Lawyer; Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC, Atlanta, Georgia

“I have the privilege of working with Seth Lowry on a complex litigation matter that affects an entire Georgia community.”

— Rob Hammers; Mass Tort and Complex Litigation Specialist; Schneider Hammers

“Max consistently demonstrates tremendous poise and judgment on the highest stakes cases. He is an extremely talented and gifted advocate,”

— Edward Piasta, Piasta Newbern Walker

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