Steve Kyle Weighs in on How Georgia Law Values a Life
By October 8, 2015 Articles
How does a jury determine the value of a life? Why is one life worth several millions and another only medical and funeral expenses? Georgia’s wrongful death statute, O.C.G.A. section 54-4-1, et seq., places the full value of a life into two parts: economic and intangible. In an article published by the Fulton County Daily Report, Steve Kyle stated that in determining the value of a deceased person’s life, juries look at the deceased person’s experiences, activities, and relationships. For more on this interesting subject, click Steve Kyle featured in How Georgia Values a Life article (2).pdf.