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Wrongful Death

After the unexpected death of a loved one in an accident, it can be difficult to get back on your feet. But as you grieve and try to rebuild your life, you should take the time to discuss your legal options with an attorney. You may be entitled to compensation for economic and noneconomic losses.

Parker & Frey PLLC with offices in Fayetteville and Dunn, North Carolina, is a team of attorneys that provides results-oriented representation in cases involving fatal car accidents, medical malpractice, workplace accidents and other acts of negligence. Experienced and determined, we work tenaciously to obtain the best possible result for every client.

For a free consultation about a wrongful death case in North Carolina, call us at 910-591-2551.

How Does A Wrongful Death Lawsuit Work?

When a person dies because of the negligence or intentional act of another party, the family of the deceased can initiate legal action to obtain compensation and justice for the loss of their loved one. When a person dies in a workplace accident, the family may claim workers’ compensation death benefits and may be able to obtain additional compensation through a third-party claim.

When you choose Parker & Frey PLLC to handle your case, we will undertake a comprehensive legal effort to document the negligence of all responsible parties and obtain maximum compensation for you.

Legally speaking, we will be representing the estate of the deceased. But in practical terms, that means working on behalf of your family and other estate beneficiaries to obtain the best possible settlement or jury award. We will work closely with you and other relatives to understand the role your loved one played in the life of your family so that we can determine the full value of what you have lost.

In a wrongful death case, the beneficiaries of the estate may be entitled to:

  • Medical costs prior to death
  • Lost income the deceased would have earned had he or she lived
  • Funeral costs
  • Pain and suffering of the deceased prior to death
  • Noneconomic losses such as loss of consortium and loss of companionship

Parker & Frey PLLC will be your strong advocate, working tirelessly to obtain results for you.

Free Consultation With A Lawyer

To discuss your case with an experienced wrongful death and personal injury lawyer, call Parker & Frey PLLC at 910-591-2551 or contact us online.