NORFOLK WRONGFUL DEATH ATTORNEY
Representing Surviving Families in Norfolk, Newport News & Roanoke
Wrongful death lawsuits allege that the death of a loved one occurred as a direct result of someone’s negligence or other wrongful conduct. This form of litigation aims to hold the defendant accountable for the victim’s death. The victim’s family members or beneficiaries may be entitled to financial compensation as a result of the defendant’s negligence or other misconduct.
Although monetary compensation can’t erase the pain and injustice caused by the death of your loved one, it can help the family cover the costs associated with death and provide for the future. At Franklin Dudley, we understand the pain grieving families feel, and we are willing and able to take action against negligent parties who caused a loved one’s death.
Get a free review of your claim. Call (757) 555-5555 today.
HOW CAN I TELL IF I HAVE A WRONGFUL DEATH CLAIM?
A wrongful death lawsuit in Virginia alleges that the victim was killed as a result of the negligence and that the surviving dependents or beneficiaries are entitled to monetary damages as a result of the defendant’s conduct. Wrongful death cases can be very difficult to prove and include timely research and understand all the elements of the wrongful death case.
If you even have the slightest inclination that your loved one’s death could have been prevented, contact our Norfolk wrongful death attorneys right away. Time may be an important factor in wrongful death claims.
COMPENSATION IN WRONGFUL DEATH CASES THE FOLLOWING DAMAGES MAY BE RECOVERABLE IN A WRONGFUL DEATH CLAIM:
Some of the most common types of accident cases our firm handles include:
- Immediate expenses associated with the death (medical & funeral)
- Loss of victim’s anticipated earnings until time of retirement or death
- Loss of benefits caused by the victim’s death
- Pain and suffering, or mental anguish to the survivors
- Loss of care, protection, companionship to the survivors
- General damages
Franklin Dudley has helped many clients in Virginia and North Carolina get fair compensation for the untimely death of a loved one. If you suspect a loved one’s death may have been the result of another party’s carelessness, call (757) 555-5555 or complete our online contact form today.
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