Hold Negligent Parties Accountable For The Harm They Have Caused

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Losing Someone You Love

It’s deeply painful to lose a loved one, and that loss can hurt even more when negligence contributed to a tragic, avoidable death. That negligence can come in many forms: a distracted driver, a nursing error, an overly demanding employer or even something as mundane as a slippery floor.

At Richard Watson Law, PLLC, I take your loss seriously, and I’m committed to helping you use every legal tool available to hold the at-fault party accountable after a wrongful death. Financial compensation may be available for your loss; I consider it my duty to help you obtain the maximum possible compensation, since no amount of money could ever add up to the value of a person’s life.

Wrongful Death Has Many Causes

I have worked with clients who have suffered a loss through a wide range of fatal accidents and negligent actions, including:

In some cases, a wrongful death does not occur immediately. A catastrophic accident or a traumatic brain injury may cause a long-term or permanent disability and contribute to a premature death. In such cases, I can help you determine whether there is a sufficient connection between the original incident and the cause of death to file a wrongful death suit.

Speak With An Experienced Wrongful Death Lawyer

The best way to learn about your legal options is to meet with a skilled attorney with significant experience in personal injury and wrongful death cases. To schedule an initial consultation at Richard Watson Law, PLLC, call me at 919-794-6965 or reach me via email. From my office in Durham, I serve those who have suffered a wrongful death of a loved one throughout central North Carolina.