Wrongful Death
 

Losing a loved one is hard.  When it's due to the conduct of another, it can be even tougher.  

A wrongful death occurs when there is a death and it is due to the negligence, reckless conduct, and/or wrongful act of another.  In North Carolina, unlike other causes of action, the statue of limitations to bring a wrongful death claim is two (2) years from the date of death.  Of course, no wrongful death action can bring back a loved one, however, a wrongful death claim can help provide relief for medical bills, funeral expenses, lost wages, and can help deter the kind of conduct that resulted in your loved one's death. 

Examples of situations from which wrongful deaths can occur

Drunk Driver Cases, Vehicular Manslaughter, Workplace Conduct/Accidents, Industrial Accidents, Construction Site Accidents, Slip and Fall Cases, Drowning Cases, Medical Malpractice, Long-term Care Facility and Nursing Home Abuse

 

If your loved one has suffered a death due to the negligent, reckless, wrongful conduct of another person or entity, let us fight for you. 

The lawyers at Daniel | Thomas practice in the following areas: Traffic Citations, Driving While Impaired, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Catastrophic Injury, Truck Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Opioid NAS Overdoes and Deaths, Nursing Home Abuse, Wrongful Death, Family Law, Real Estate Law, Estate Planning, and Business Law.  We represent clients throughout Caswell County, Orange County, Alamance County, Rockingham County, Guilford County, Person County, and Durham County, including the cities of Yanceyville, Hillsborough, Chapel Hill, Mebane, Graham, Burlington, Reidsville, Eden, Wentworth, Greensboro, Roxboro, and Durham.  We also represent clients in Danville, Virginia, Pittsyvlania County, Virginia, South Boston, Virginia, Halifax County, Virginia, Martinsville, Virginia, and Henry County, Virginia.  

 

NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER: This web site is designed for general information only.  The information presented on this site should not be construed to be legal advice nor be construed as the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.  Daniel | Thomas is not hired to represent you until a fee agreement is signed; therefore if you have not hired Daniel | Thomas, you should immediately seek services from other counsel so as to protect any rights that you may have.

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