Virginia and North Carolina Wrongful Death Attorney

The wrongful death of a loved one is something that no family should have to face. Unfortunately, far too many families are subjected to such a devastating loss each year. While the loss of a family member is always difficult to deal with, a wrongful death can present families with uniquely challenging circumstances, some of which they may not be able to handle on their own. In many cases, wrongful death may leave families without their primary source of financial support, and the medical and funeral expenses that may be incurred can often be substantial.

At Joe Miller Law, Ltd., we understand the immeasurable grief and suffering a family in Norfolk experiences when a loved one is lost unexpectedly and in an accident that could potentially have been prevented had another party only acted more responsibly. While nothing can erase the grief of this loss, filing a wrongful death lawsuit against the party responsible for this death can help a family better cope with the other repercussions of a loved one’s wrongful death.

Common Causes of Wrongful Death

Tragically, there are many different circumstances in which a person can cause the untimely death of someone else. While not all situations merit the filing of a wrongful death claim, those in which someone else’s negligence more often than not contribute to a person’s wrongful death include:

Losing someone suddenly and due to another party’s carelessness in these and other situations can have a myriad of traumatic effects on those left behind. Fortunately, many people facing this tragic situation are able to get the justice they need by filing a wrongful death lawsuit.

Contact a Wrongful Death Lawyer in VA and NC

If you have lost a loved one because of the recklessness or negligence of others, our legal team at Joe Miller Law, Ltd., believes that you should not be left to handle the ramifications on your own, not to mention that those responsible for the accident that caused your loved one’s death should be held accountable for their actions. Get the support and guidance you need in such a situation by calling our offices at (888) 694-1671.