Wrongful Death at Local Charlotte Restaurant Leads to Lawsuit
Wrongful death incidents are a tragedy. Unfortunately, these wrongful deaths go without justice or restitution and the income lost as well as preparations can cause financial burdens as well as untold grief. At Brown Moore & Associates, our Charlotte wrongful death lawyers want to discuss a recent wrongful death that occurred here in Charlotte. This awful and avoidable incident caused the lives of children to grow up without a father.
What Happened In This Charlotte Wrongful Death?
On March 25, 2019, Danquirs Franklin was killed by police while in the parking lot of a Burger King. After obeying a police request, a police officer shot him twice. After shooting Mr. Franklin, officers neglected to administer any first aid. Paramedics were able to administer first aid, but only after 8 minutes after the shooting.
Danquirs Franklin was a father of three children, and the loss they sustained is immense, tragic, and was completely avoidable. Now his children have lost a father and will have to navigate the challenging waters of having less income without compensation from a civil suit.
Wrongful Death Creates Greats Compounding Tragedy
Our news channels are filled with stories about wrongful deaths in Charlotte. There have been over 2 million dollars in payouts since 2014, with the highest settlement being 2.25 million dollars in 2015. At Brown Moore & Associates, our Charlotte wrongful death attorneys find that many people with power and authority are negligent and irresponsible in their actions, resulting in a tragic and avoidable death.
The family members of the victim in a wrongful death have to deal with such problems such as:
- Unforeseen legal and medical bills
- Loss of salary from the victim
- Emotional and physical trauma
- Loss of stability in the home
- Unable to keep up with mortgage and rent payments
Call Us For A Free Consultation On Your Case
If somebody you love has been the victim of a wrongful death caused by someone’s careless and negligent actions in the Charlotte area, please contact us immediately. We ask that you contact us because the statute of limitations on a wrongful death incident is only two years. We are racing against the clock, and we want to provide you with all the help you need in this troubling time. We know it’s a difficult time, and we want to relieve you of some of the burdens you are going through. We pledge to conduct a full investigation into your claim so we can secure the compensation you need. This can include:
- Funeral and burial expenses.
- Estate administration expenses in regards to the wrongful death.
- The estimated value of the comfort and serve yes your loved one would have provided had he lived.
- Estate administration expense in regards to the wrongful death.
- The medical and hospital bills accrued before death.
- The loss of guidance, inheritance, moral upbringing, advice, love, guidance, and support.