Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations
In most cases involving wrongful death, the statute of limitations in North Carolina is two years from the date of death. There are a number of exceptions to this rule. That’s why it’s important that you talk with a North Carolina wrongful death lawyer as soon as possible after your loved one’s passing.
Statute of Limitations: a deadline that determines the amount of time in which a claim must be either filed or resolved or before being barred from further action.
A North Carolina wrongful death attorney from Henson Fuerst can help you calculate the proper statute of limitations for your case, particularly if your case involves conditions or symptoms that took an extended period of time to develop or become known, such as a medical malpractice, defective product, drug injury, or toxic exposure claim.
Why You Need to Act Now
Don’t wait until it’s too late to contact an attorney about your wrongful death claim. Wrongful death cases are very complex and filing a lawsuit is complicated. Your lawyer needs adequate time to:
- research the case,
- obtain all necessary records and documentation,
- evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the case,
- determine what legal claims should be made,
- identify which parties to sue,
- and select the proper court in which to file the case.
The North Carolina wrongful death attorneys at Henson Fuerst want to help you and your family get the maximum results for your claim. We’ll do everything we can to make sure you are treated fairly. Call now at (919) 781-1107 or complete a free initial consultation form.