Wrongful Death Attorneys in Concord and Gastonia

When a loved one dies due to someone else's negligence, money may be the last thing on your mind. It's true that money can't buy the one thing you most want — your helpmeet, the family breadwinner, your child.

But monetary compensation can play a significant role in your family's recovery. It may allow you all to live in the style to which you are accustomed. It can help with college and other major expenses. And it can provide the consolation of knowing you protested an unjust action, and your protest was heard.




At Patterson Adams, we have helped countless families with compensation that helped them get on with their lives after the death of a loved one in a car accident, a work accident, in a medical mishap or in an accident on someone's unsafe premises.

Our attorneys have experience working on these difficult cases. We are sensitive to your loss and work to maintain a low profile in your grief. But we are on your side 100 percent, using our skills and knowledge to compensate you for your loss.

In North Carolina, wrongful death actions must be brought within two years of the individual's death. So it is important to act quickly, even if your heart is breaking. Sometimes this is something a friend or other family member can help with.

Under state law, whenever a person dies because of the wrongful act of another, a suit may be brought to recover damages for the benefit of the deceased person's beneficiaries (usually a surviving spouse or children).

Did you lose someone you loved to a careless accident? Contact the Concord, North Carolina, wrongful death lawyers at Patterson Adams toll free at 888-285-4878.