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Category: Wrongful Death

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May 18, 2019 Brown Moore & Associates Wrongful Death

There is no love like that between family members. It is a special kind of love because together you have been through so much. The hope is that whenever death comes that it comes quietly and swiftly. However, we know that isn’t always what happens. Sometimes people are dealt with cards they never expected. What…Read More

There are so many risks that we face when we get into our vehicle each day. Even though we take the steps necessary to be safe, we know that there is no way to control the careless or negligent behavior of other drivers. We are now learning that a Charlotte woman will serve no time…Read More

When a family member or close friend passes away, you will deal with a host of emotions . Depending on the circumstances surrounding their death you could very well struggle for years to return to some sort of a normal life . Losing a loved one due to illness or old age is difficult enough,…Read More

Wrongful Death Claim

Jan 24, 2018 Brown Moore & Associates Wrongful Death

Here in Charlotte and elsewhere in North Carolina, when a death occurs because of the wrongful conduct of another, the family can file a wrongful death claim to recover compensation. However, wrongful death lawsuits are often complicated and complex. You will need to hire skilled and proven wrongful death attorneys like those at Brown Moore…Read More

When dealing with compensation from a wrongful death case, specific North Carolina laws are in place to divide the funds according to the intestacy statute. Intestacy refers to someone who has died without a will. To be more specific, the funds from a wrongful death are not divided due to the provisions within a will….Read More