North Carolina Wrongful Death Lawyer
Medicine is an intricate and complicated science. Most doctors and nurses are conscientious and competent. However, when they are not, the mistakes can be fatal for their patients. A wrongful death lawsuit will not bring your loved one back to life, but it can bring some closure to this awful event.
Based in Greenville, the Melvin Law Firm is available to pursue wrongful death litigation on behalf of families throughout North Carolina. We have more than 20 years of experience litigating these legally and emotionally challenging cases. We believe strongly in pursuing legal action in these circumstances, in order to reinforce to the medical industry that proper care must be exercised at all times so that fatal mistakes do not continue to happen.
Examples of Fatal Medical Negligence Issues
North Carolina wrongful death attorney Bailey Melvin has represented families from areas like Raleigh, Greensboro and Charlotte who have lost a loved one due to a variety of medical errors such as:
- Failure to diagnose cancer
- Emergency room error
- Birth complications
- Delayed diagnosis
- Medication error
We offer our sympathy for your loss. We know what you are going through — we see it every day. We also understand that you may be facing financial difficulty along with your grief. In addition to pain and suffering, there is the loss of income and benefits that the person would have provided for you and your family had he or she survived. You might also need to cover funeral and burial expenses.
As experienced North Carolina medical malpractice lawyers, we view it as our duty to press your case with intelligence and determination. You deserve the maximum amount of compensation available so that you have the means to carry on.
Contact a Raleigh Attorney Handling Fatal Hospital Error Lawsuits
If you believe medical negligence played a role in the death of your loved one, please call our Greenville-based office at 800-391-8191 or 252-321-0088. You can also send us an email if you prefer. Your initial consultation is free, and you owe no attorney’s fees unless we recover compensation for you.