Wrongful Death Our Attorneys Can Stand Up for You

Wrongful Death Attorneys

Compassionate, Experienced Legal Advocates in Wilmington

If you’ve lost someone you love because of an act of negligence, you deserve to know your legal options. Nobody deserves to have their life cut short because of someone else’s carelessness or mistake, but, unfortunately, these types of problems happen all too often. Whether your loved one was in a car crash or a botched surgery, deadly accidents happen every day.

While we understand that legal action can’t bring your loved one back, it can help you get the answers you need while also holding the liable party accountable for their actions. Our firm truly cares about each of our clients, and if you lost a spouse, child, parent, or sibling to a tragic accident, we want to do what we can to lift the burden from your shoulders. We have more than 30 years of experience fighting for our clients, and we can help you pursue compensation to help cover funeral costs, medical bills, loss of earnings, and more.

Call Crumley Roberts at (866) 691-0607 to discuss your case with our wrongful death attorneys in Wilmington.

Types of Wrongful Death Cases We Handle

At Crumley Roberts, our experienced attorneys can handle a variety of wrongful death cases, however complex or challenging they may seem. Common wrongful death claims may include issues involving:

  • Defective medical devices
  • Dangerous drugs
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Surgical mistakes
  • Workplace accidents

Filing a Wrongful Death Claim

If you think you have a wrongful death case, you need to begin by filing a claim. However, not just anyone can file a claim. Only those closest to the deceased may file a valid claim, which means direct family members, spouses, or dependents. To determine whether or not you are able to file, you must discuss your situation with an attorney. You must also abide by the statute of limitations, which is the time limit during which a wrongful death claim may be filed. Typically, the statute of limitations is two years from the date of the person’s death. If you wish to file a claim after that time, the court is unlikely to hear your case.

We’re All Traveling the Same Road – Let’s Move Forward Together

Filing a wrongful death claim can be challenging, from a legal standpoint, and an emotional one. For that reason, our team at Crumley Roberts encourages you to allow us to step in and take the burden from your shoulders. We have more than three decades of experience under our belts, and we’re truly passionate about helping those wronged by carelessness and negligence. We can provide you with reliable legal counsel, open communication, and zealous advocacy.

To discuss your case with our firm, contact Crumley Roberts today. Our Wilmington wrongful death lawyers are available 24/7 to take your call.

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