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Wrongful Death Attorneys Serving North Carolina

One of the most tragic events that can happen in someone’s life is losing a loved one, especially when it is unexpected. This situation is hard enough when it is due to natural causes, but it can be even more difficult when the loved one is gone due to someone else’s careless or intentional act. We know it is difficult to think of legal action while you are mourning, but when an unexpected death like this occurs, you have legal rights that should be exercised somewhat quickly.

While the North Carolina statute of limitations on wrongful death claims is two years, it is important to find a lawyer sooner rather than later. An attorney’s ability to examine the scene of the accident, gather witness statements, and interview family members about the effects of the loss is impeded by the passage of time.

At Howard Stallings, we have handled wrongful death cases involving drunk driving, car wrecks, shootings, medical malpractice, trucking accidents, train wrecks, motorcycle crashes, and nursing home abuse. We have successfully represented hundreds of families who have lost children, parents, and grandparents.

Wrongful death cases are some of the most emotional and difficult cases we handle. For that reason, we insure that every family who has lost a loved one has direct and consistent access to one of our law firm’s partners. In these cases, we spare no expense in hiring the best experts, from forensic economists to engineers.  In handling wrongful death cases, we not only want to obtain just amounts of compensation for our clients, but also to provide the answers and closure nearly all of our clients seek.

If we can be of assistance to you or your family, please do not hesitate to contact us for a free, confidential and personal consultation.


One of our trial lawyers, Robert Jessup gives a closing argument in a high-profile wrongful death trial.



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