Wrongful Death

Winston-Salem Wrongful Death Lawyers

Lost A Loved One Due To Someone Else’s Negligence?

Losing a loved one is a tragedy, but it can be especially devastating when the death was caused by someone else's recklessness or negligence. If you find yourself in this situation, it is important to take legal action as soon as possible. 

An experienced attorney can help you navigate the complicated legal process and obtain the compensation you and your family deserve. At Comerford Chilson & Moser, we have a team of dedicated AV-rated lawyers who are ready to fight for you. 

We understand the immense pain and suffering you are going through, and we will do everything in our power to pursue justice and the compensation you deserve. 

While no amount of money can ever truly make up for the loss of a loved one, filing a wrongful death claim may be the best way to ensure that your family is financially provided for after an unexpected death. 

But how do you know if you have a wrongful death case? If you suspect that your loved one’s death was caused by someone else’s negligence, it is important to speak with an experienced wrongful death attorney at our firm. 

We can help you investigate the circumstances surrounding your loved one’s death and determine whether you have a valid claim. Schedule your initial consultation by calling our firm at (336) 568-8779.

Types of Wrongful Death Claims

You may have a wrongful death case if your family member’s death resulted from some type of wrongful or negligent act. 

This can include:

& Settlements

Our Team Approach Adds Value
  • $18.5 Million

    Pediatric Burns

  • $9,850,000 Settlement

    Commercial Vehicle Wreck Resulting in Death

  • $7 million

    Planes Collide

Understanding Wrongful Death Law In North Carolina

Under North Carolina law, the range of damages that the surviving family can recover in a wrongful death claim includes:

  • Loss of income
  • Loss of companionship and society of the victim
  • Loss of guidance and advice
  • Loss of services
  • Loss of protection and assistance
  • Other factors that bear upon the relationship between the victim and the surviving family

In situations where the victim consciously suffered prior to death, additional damages can be recovered. Our experience with the investigation and presentation of damages evidence in wrongful death cases can protect you from the risk of an understated damages claim or an inadequate settlement offer.

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"During our first meeting, he assured me that he would take this anxiety and responsibility from me. Emotionally, I felt a deep sense of relief that stayed with me during the months he was working for me."

- Roberta T.

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