How will the family of a wrongful death victim get by financially? People who have suffered serious or catastrophic injury or who have lost a family member due to the negligence of another are entitled to fair and just compensation—not what the insurance company wants to pay. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there was 136,053 unintentional injury deaths in 2014. The families of the deceased will experience the loss of companionship and potentially to loss of future earnings.
The Durham attorneys at Thomas, Ferguson & Mullins have extensive experience in the negotiation, settlement and trial of serious personal injury and wrongful death cases such as car accidents involving cars, big rigs, semi-trucks, tractor trailers or motorcycles, and slip and fall accidents or any accident that results in brain injury, spinal injuries, paralysis, other life-altering conditions or death.
The firm fights to protect the rights of these individuals and their families and helps them get the compensation they need and deserve. We work aggressively to ensure clients injured by others’ negligence receive full and fair compensation from a wrongful death claim.
We work on a contingency basis. This means we earn our fees when win win your case. Your consultation is free too, so there’s no cost to explore your rights.
Obtain the aid of a competent personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. Legal representation is crucial for victims of negligence. Insurance company investigators are on the scene of accidents immediately, gathering and examining evidence, interviewing witnesses and working to protect the rights of the negligent.
The family of a wrongful death victim should obtain competent, trusted counsel as soon as possible after the incident to make sure someone investigates and advocates on their behalf. For those who have delayed seeking help, it is even more important to retain the most experienced, aggressive legal counsel they can find.