Lake Norman Wrongful Death Lawyers
What is Considered a Wrongful Death in North Carolina?
In the state of North Carolina, a "wrongful death" as one that is caused "by a wrongful act, neglect, or default of another" person or entity. (N.C. Gen. Stat. § 28A-18-2 (2021).)
The sudden loss of a partner or close family member is a devastating tragedy. It is made even worse if their death was easily preventable or the result of another party’s negligence. How do you respond in the midst of grief?
The attorneys at The McIntosh Law Firm have over 160 years of combined legal experience handling wrongful death cases. Our team of attorneys will advocate your case aggressively from day one to accomplish the best possible outcome. Through this diligence, our goal is to settle the case outside of court while still obtaining the best results for you and your loved ones under the circumstances. Should we need to file suit on your behalf, our litigation team is already prepared to fight for you.
Compensation for Wrongful Death Lawsuits
Our capable legal team can represent you during negotiations or litigation related to damages including:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Funeral expenses
Our attorneys have represented clients in Mecklenburg and the surrounding counties including, Iredell, Lincoln, Gaston, Cabarrus and Rowan. Beyond the Lake Norman region, we have helped clients across North Carolina from Haywood County to Johnston County.
This Is How We Will Prepare
From day one, The McIntosh Law Firm will prepare as if your wrongful death case will go to trial. Our Lake Norman, North Carolina team will:
- Talk to you about your case, no one knows it better than you do!
- Do site visits and conduct witness interviews
- Gather pertinent medical wage and other necessary information to illustrate the case accurately
- Reconstruct the accident scene using state-of-the-art technology
- Produce illustrations, graphs, videos, and other materials
- Paint a clear picture of your situation for a mediator or judge and jury