Wrongful Death Attorneys
Was the passing of your loved one due to negligence? If you have questions, Daggett Shuler will help you find answers. Call us for a free consultation. Because, when you unexpectedly lose a loved one, you enter a dark and trying time, and need answers. If you have any questions at all, please do call us for a free consultation–there is absolutely no commitment.
Wrongful death is a term that describes the situation when someone’s negligence results in another person’s death. Sometimes negligence results in an injury that later leads to death, but the untimely passing of your loved one is still the result of the negligent party’s actions. In any event, a North Carolina wrongful death case is a complex matter. Aside from your personal loss and the resulting pain and suffering, there may be the concern of future lost income, medical bills, and funeral expenses.
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A wrongful death lawyer should maintain the highest standards of both professionalism and sensitivity in regards to your situation. That is why at Daggett Shuler injury lawyers, we handle these special cases delicately and discretely with the highest level of regard for your well being. Our lawyers can help you through the tumultuous period that follows a loved one’s untimely wrongful death.
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Elon (formerly known as Elon College) is a town in Alamance County, North Carolina. Elon began in 1881 as a North Carolina Railroad depot in between the stations of Goldsboro and Charlotte, called “Mill Point” because it was envisioned to be a shipping point for area cotton mills. Locals called it “Boon’s Crossing.” Because of a growing population, a post office was built, which established a more permanent residency in 1888.
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