Wrongful Death: It’s About Justice

by actuate | January 16th, 2017

Surviving family members of wrongful death victims often tell us the last time they saw their loved one alive is like a snapshot in their minds. They often lament that they wish they had told that someone exactly how much they loved and cared, but they didn’t. Although that’s natural to feel guilt after a loved one passes, it’s often misplaced. You didn’t miss the opportunity to tell your loved one how you felt, it was stolen away from you, along with all the moments you and your loved one would have shared if not for someone else’s negligence.
A wrongful death case isn’t about capitalizing financially on a misfortune. It’s about getting justice for the loved one you lost. Often we take on cases that do not involve any criminal charges, even though the person who caused your loved one’s death acted in negligence or malice. We don’t believe that’s right, and neither do you. Thankfully, there’s recourse for surviving family members to get the justice they deserve for their loved one and their family, and that’s through a wrongful death case.

At Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers, we’ve stood, grieved, and fought alongside a number of families in our Norfolk community, and we’re ready to do the same for you. Our firm can help reconstruct the events that led to your loved one’s death, and our attorneys want to fight to get your family the justice you deserve. No amount of money will bring your lost loved one home, but fighting for justice on their behalf can serve as a starting point for your healing.

If you’ve lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence, call an experienced Norfolk wrongful death attorney today for a free, no obligation consultation. We’re ready to help your family get through this tragedy, whatever it takes.