Lowndes County Wrongful Death Attorneys 

The loss of a loved one takes a huge toll on the family and friends involved. Along with the pain & suffering of losing a loved one comes the concern of medical bills, future lost income and funeral expenses.

The term Wrongful Death is defined as a death of a loved one as a result of a wrongful or negligent act or acts of another individual. There are multiple types of wrongful death cases including:

  • Car Accidents – as a result of an intoxicated driver, speeding, auto defects or road defects.
  • Truck Accidents – due to negligent driver error, aggressive driving, operating a truck in adverse conditions or truck company negligence.
  • Medical Malpractice – the result of negligent doctors or medical staff cutting corners or failing to follow proper medical procedures.
  • Workplace Accidents – it is an employer’s responsibility to keep all employees safe while on the job. If they fail to do so, causing a fatal accident, they can be held liable.

If someone has died due to the negligence of another individual, hospital, or company’s negligence/actions they can be held responsible for compensating the surviving family members for the loss of a loved one.

The experienced Lowndes County, Alabama wrongful death lawyers at Floyd Hunter Injury Law can help bring justice to your family. It is critical to talk to an attorney as soon as possible following your loved one’s death.

At Floyd Hunter Injury Law, we will answer any questions you have in regards to filing for wrongful death damages, and how to determine who is eligible to file a claim for damages. We will work for you to make sure you can properly grieve the loss of a loved one.

Read Our Customer Testimonials:

“Excellent Attorneys. The attorneys at Floyd Hunter work hard to get you the best result possible for your claim. The staff and attorneys are very responsive to their clients, and are there when you need them. I highly recommend the lawyers at Floyd Hunter!”– Suzanne, Lowndes County, AL

“These lawyers really helped me out. Another big firm turned my case down, but Floyd Hunter got me $100,000! I really appreciate the help!” – Benjamin, Lowndes County, AL


Lowndes County is located in Alabama, and has an estimated population of 11,299 people with a total area of 725 square miles. Lowndes County is home to many places of interest, including Calhoun School Principal’s House, James Spullock Williamson House, and Lowndes County Courthouse.

Lowndes County Legal Resources:

Lowndes County Sheriff Department– The Sheriff’s office serves all citizens of Lowndes County by providing a mix of public safety and public service functions.

Lowndes County Probate Office – The Lowndes County Probate office is available and responsible for licensing, recording, tags and titles, and Probate Court.