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Seeking justice in North Carolina after drunk driving accident

| Dec 10, 2015 | Drunk Driving Accidents |

One can never fathom the shock and horror of learning that a loved one has died in an automobile accident. When the tragedy that has occurred is a drunk driving accident, one’s grief and sorrow may be intensified. It is understandable that a North Carolina family would desire to seek justice against a driver whose choice to get behind the wheel while intoxicated has taken the life of a loved one.

At Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry, P.A., we understand that you may feel as though your world has turned upside down in the aftermath of a loved one’s tragic death. As experienced attorneys dedicated to helping those whose lives have been devastated by drunk drivers, we are prepared to aggressively seek a full recovery for your losses as you pursue justice on behalf of your deceased family member. For more than 40 years, we have provided sound legal counsel and effective representation to those filing catastrophic and fatal accident claims.

By launching an immediate and thorough investigation into the details of your loved one’s tragic accident, we can help you identify all possible sources of liability in the matter. In successfully litigated cases where full financial recovery has been obtained, compensation can be used to help pay medical bills, replace lost wages and provide monetary restitution for loss of consortium and emotional pain and suffering. We will not hesitate to pursue the maximum potential compensation available on your behalf.

If you have suffered the untimely death of an immediate family member in a drunk driving accident caused by another person, you may call our North Carolina office to schedule a consultation if you are considering filing a legal claim. Our phone number and an electronic contact form are both available on our website. Though no amount of compensation can replace the life of a loved one, obtaining means to help alleviate some of the financial burdens associated with an accident often provides a certain level of comfort to families who are grieving.

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