Wrongful Death Attorneys in Greensboro
We’re All Traveling the Same Road – Let’s Move Forward Together
Everyone understands the pain of loss, but sometimes grieving for a loved one can be a bit more complicated, and frustrating than you might expect. If you lost someone you love because of an act of negligence, you might be dealing with additional feelings of anger, confusion, and resentment. For many families, taking legal action after a wrongful death is about more than just seeking compensation, though that is extremely important as well, it's about justice and making sure the same thing never happens to someone else.
Let Crumley Roberts Stand Up For You
If you believe you have a wrongful death claim, our firm is here, ready to listen. For more than 30 years we’ve represented injured victims and the families of those who have died due to serious acts of negligence and carelessness. We are truly passionate about what we do, and we are committed to helping our clients take legal action for their deceased loved ones. We understand that most of the clients who come to us are going through the most difficult periods of their lives, which is why we offer compassionate counsel and step-by-step guidance, always.
Call (866) 691-0607 to get in touch with our Greensboro wrongful death attorneys today. We offer free initial consultations.
What is a Wrongful Death Claim?
A wrongful death claim is a legal action someone may file on behalf of a loved one they lost due to some act of wrongdoing or negligence. Only certain individuals may file wrongful death lawsuits, depending on their relation to the deceased, though usually spouses, parents, or children will file a claim. That said, siblings, dependents of the deceased, and other close relatives might sometimes hold a valid claim.
Statute of Limitations
Depending on where you live, you will also need to consider the statute of limitations that applies to wrongful death claims. In most cases, you will have two years from the date of the deceased person’s passing to file a claim. However, that timeline can be extended under certain circumstances. In order to protect your rights, it is always in your best interest to contact an attorney as soon as possible after you learn that you may have cause to file a wrongful death case.
Compassionate, Experienced Attorneys Ready To Fight For Your Family
A wrongful death case can come in any shape and size. You might have lost a loved one in a car accident, a dangerous fall, or due to a defective drug. Whatever the situation, if your loved one died because of another’s negligence or mistake, our firm can assess your situation to help determine whether or not you have a valid claim. If you choose to work with our team, we can provide you with the steadfast support and guidance you need during this difficult time.
Crumley Roberts has secured more than $500 million in settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients, and, more importantly, we have more than 5,000 five-star reviews from past clients. We care about our clients like we care about our own families, and if you think you have a claim, we want to help.