411 PAIN Grieving a Wrongful DeathEvery human being is entitled to leave this world only after having lived a full life. Thousands of lives are taken each year by the irresponsible lifestyle of others, forcing family and friends to go through deep grieving stages. Feelings of loneliness and despair are common in people that have recently lost loved ones as victims of unexpected accidents. Most people don’t know what to say or do during these trying times. Grieving can be more difficult and even turn into anger when the death was caused by someone’s negligence. Contact 411 PAIN at 1-800-411-PAIN to get help at this painful time. We have offices in Atlanta, Macon, Columbus, Brunswick, Albany, Savannah, Brunswick, Marietta, Roswell, and The Blue Ridge Mountains.
We all go through grieving stages after a loved one has passed away. Whether it is depression, anger, denial or isolation, our skies can become pretty dark when we grieve. Depression is one of the most common stages. If the deceased person was a relative or spouse we’ll miss them terribly every time someone says something that reminds us of our loved one, and every time we visit his or her favorite restaurant, museum, library, or any other place they enjoyed visiting. You’ll eventually get to the last stage of grieving, acceptance; but that’s going to take some time.
Grief counseling might help or perhaps the encouraging words of a friend or maybe visiting a support group. You may want to be left alone for a while and that’s ok. Grieving is a natural process. Don’t avoid it. Your healing might take longer if you resist it. It’s ok to take time. Embrace your new life slowly and remember that after the storm, the sun always shines. If a loved one has been killed through someone’s negligence in the state of Georgia, contact 1-800-411-PAIN. Expenses for the treatment and hospitalization of the deceased person and other general damages are often covered when filing a wrongful death lawsuit.