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North Carolina Wrongful Death & Accidental Death Law

When you lose a loved one as the result of someone else’s careless and negligent actions, you have unanswered questions and a void where your loved one once was.

The North Carolina wrongful death lawyers at Crumley Roberts help families like yours get through some of the most difficult moments in their lives. We do that by providing the caring and confident legal service you deserve.

What are wrongful death claims?

Wrongful death claims allow many different individuals to seek compensation for a variety of damages after another party’s negligence causes the death of a loved one. Wrongful death lawsuits are filed in the civil court system. Survivors can hold people and corporations accountable for their loved one’s death, regardless of whether or not criminal charges were filed.

Visit our wrongful death FAQ page to find answers to common questions about North Carolina wrongful death laws.

Wrongful Death Cases We Handle

No matter what caused your loved one’s passing, at Crumley Roberts, we’re here for you. Our wrongful death attorneys handle a variety of cases, including those resulting from:

Our experienced legal team has knowledge of the law, and we know how the system works. You have rights, and we’re here to stand up for you and your family when another person or corporation is at fault for your loved one’s death.

Taking Legal Action

We know that when you’re grieving, taking legal action may be the last thing on your mind. Our considerate legal staff has helped many families like yours during the aftermath of a wrongful death claim, and we want you to feel comfortable and confident—not worried or stressed by legal paperwork and deadlines.

You can count on our team of wrongful death lawyers to care for your family. We’re available 24 hours, seven days a week, and we have convenient office locations across the state of North Carolina. Get help today by calling  or by completing a free initial consultation form.

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