Death of a loved one due to someone else’s negligent actions or wrongdoing.
Life-altering, traumatic injuries resulting from car accidents and other forms of negligence.
Murder, sex crimes, drug trafficking, overdose-related charges.
Premier Representation For People Facing The Most Serious Criminal Charges
At Jody D. Peterman, LLC, we offer assertive, strategic representation for clients contending with serious felony charges, including murder, sex crimes and drug trafficking. A felony conviction will stay on your record and could haunt you for many years to come. The penalties are steep and may include high fines, jail time, asset forfeiture, loss of gun ownership rights and more. A felony conviction can jeopardize your relationships, your professional reputation, and your ability to freely choose where you want to live and work.
If you are under investigation or facing a felony charge in Georgia, you will need an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side. Call the law firm of Jody D. Peterman, LLC, in Valdosta right away to schedule a consultation.
An Aggressive Advocate For Victims Of Catastrophic Injuries
In the trucking industry, driver negligence and poor vehicle maintenance have the potential for devastating consequences. Crashes involving large commercial trucks are often permanently life-changing and all too often result in traumatic brain injuries, severed spinal cords, crushed bones, and loss of limbs or eyesight. Death frequently results from these accidents.
That is why the government tightly regulates the trucking industry with extensive state and federal laws. If you or a loved one suffers injuries due to trucking negligence, you may be able to hold the negligent parties responsible for your medical expenses, lost income, rehabilitative equipment, and pain and suffering. At Jody D. Peterman, LLC, we handle only a select number of personal injury claims, so our clients get the focus and personal attention necessary for these types of complex cases.
Fighting For Families In The Aftermath Of Wrongful Death
The unexpected death of a loved one can trigger a full range of trauma and hardship for the grieving family. When someone else’s negligent actions are the cause of your grief and hardship, Georgia’s wrongful death laws provide a way of seeking justice and financial compensation for your losses.
You may file a wrongful death lawsuit up to two years after the death of your family member. There are exceptions that may apply to this time limit. It is best to speak with our experienced wrongful death attorney at Jody D. Peterman, LLC, as soon as you are able.
A Long Record Of Success For Clients Throughout Georgia
We take only a select number of cases. That means our attention is focused solely on helping our clients get through the most difficult times of their lives.