Representing Families In Wrongful Death Claims
The unexpected death of a loved one in any kind of accident is very hard to accept. When that accident was caused by the negligence or recklessness of someone else, the situation can be even more unsettling. If you have lost someone through someone else’s actions, an experienced personal injury lawyer may be able to help by pursuing a wrongful death claim.
At the law office of Jay Gervasi, P.A., we have more than 30 years of legal experience. We know that there is simply no amount of financial compensation that could possibly make up for the loss of a family member, but a successful claim can at least provide you with the resources you need to continue making ends meet and to move forward in life. In some cases, the family may not need or want the compensation for themselves. In these situations, the financial recovery may be used to set up a foundation in the loved one’s honor, or used for any number of other things.
If you have lost a loved one in an accident, we welcome the opportunity to speak with you about the possibility of legal action. To schedule a free initial consultation, please call 336-790-0157 or toll-free 866-792-9182. You can also contact our Greensboro law firm online.
Compassionate Advice When You Need It Most
When you come to our firm, you will sit down with Greensboro fatal accident attorney Jay Gervasi, who will handle your case from beginning to end. Mr. Gervasi and his staff strive to provide a kind, caring environment where you can talk to them freely about what happened. We will give you an honest opinion about the case, and if you retain the firm, we will aggressively pursue compensation for:
- Medical bills and funeral expenses
- Pain and suffering prior to death
- Lost earnings
- Other damages for the loss of a loved one
Whether your loved one suffered fatal injuries in a car accident, a truck accident, while performing a job or in any other context, you can rely on us to provide compassionate service and aggressive representation designed to hold wrongdoers accountable.