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Filing a wrongful death lawsuit in North Carolina

When an immediate family member suffers the untimely death of a loved one in a motor vehicle accident that was caused by another party's negligence, he or she has recourse under the law to pursue justice on behalf of the deceased. In North Carolina and elsewhere, a wrongful death claim may be filed in a civil court against any party or parties deemed responsible for a family member's death in a motor vehicle collision. A first logical step to take in the process would be to contact a legal professional in the area who has experience in fatal car accident cases.

North Carolina officer calls fatal car accident tragic situation

Two men in their early 20s were involved in a tragic motor vehicle accident in Jan. 2015 on a North Carolina road. The fatal car accident resulted in the loss of one life. No other person is reported to have suffered any injury in the crash.

Family suffers loss of a loved one in North Carolina accident

There may be nothing worse in life than to suffer the death of one's child. Understandably, families who face such a tragedy are grief-stricken in their loss. In a recent tragedy, a family suffered the loss of a loved one in the aftermath of a tragic motor vehicle accident in North Carolina.

New sensor might help reduce fatal accident cases

A woman recently recalled the agony that she and her family went through when her in-laws were struck and killed in 2013vby a wrong-way driver who was intoxicated. The North Carolina tragedy was one of many similar incidents where wrong-way motorists have caused serious collisions with others on the road. A new sensor has been developed and is being tested in another state that some say might help prevent a fatal accident of this nature from occurring in the future.

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