After any car accident, the best time to discover the true cause of the crash and determine whose negligence contributed to injury and property loss is in the hours and days immediately afterward. A family in shock over the death of a loved one in a fatal motor vehicle accident may be too distraught with emotional pain to think clearly about the future. A compassionate, efficient and effective personal injury and wrongful death lawyer is a valuable resource for families at such a time.
The Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. is a law firm with an extensive history of helping families recover compensation after accidental car crash deaths. In many of our most successful cases, families contacted us right away and allowed us to begin our behind-the-scenes investigation while they spent important time planning funerals and adjusting to the loss of their loved ones.
When we investigate the cause or causes of a car accident, we act quickly to secure evidence that might otherwise become impossible to retrieve: the crashed car, truck driver logs, photos of the scene of the accident and interviews with eyewitnesses, to name a few. We gather important documentation such as the police report and examining physicians’ reports. In most cases, we assemble teams of expert witnesses whose testimony can help build strong cases for compensation.
The Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. in Fayetteville has helped families bring wrongful death claims against negligent parties after tragedy took the lives of their loved ones. After a North Carolina fatal car accident, legal representation can lift many burdens from surviving family members. Call 910-323-2555 to contact us and discuss your loved one’s fatal car crash case and your legal options.
We offer no-obligation initial consultations and represent our clients on a contingency basis. We front the costs of expert testimony and collect attorney fees only if we win compensation for your family. We represent clients throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia and Pennsylvania.