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Wrongful Death

North Carolina Wrongful Death Lawyers in Greenville

Protecting the Rights of the Seriously Injured. In and Out of the Courtroom.

Dealing with the death of a loved one is never easy. When that death was caused by the negligence of another, it is much more difficult. This area of law is commonly called “Wrongful Death.” Largely, these claims involve deaths caused by the wrongful act, neglect or default of another.

Wrongful death cases require sensitive handling, and thorough, knowledgeable investigation to make sure that the neglect of the at-fault party and all recoverable damages can be established. Wrongful death is a civil action rather than a criminal action, and is very complex. Since the person killed cannot make a claim or file suit and/or collect damages, it is the family or representatives of the estate that must do so.

Since 1982, Hardee & Hardee has handled hundreds of wrongful death cases. Our firm has the legal knowledge, courtroom experience, and strong work ethic necessary to handle cases such as this. Hardee & Hardee has a team of seasoned trial attorneys dedicated to handling wrongful death claims arising out of:

  • Automobile Wrecks and Tractor Trailer Accidents;
  • Workers’ Compensation/On the Job Injuries;
  • Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect;
  • Medical Malpractice; and
  • Defective Drugs and Medical Devices


At Hardee & Hardee we will take the time, use our resources and work hard to right the wrong your family has suffered. As your wrongful death attorney, we’ll be with you every step of the way. The first consultation is always free. Call us and give us the opportunity to work for you, 1-888-757-1998.


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Note: Each case is different and the results of these cases cannot be used as a basis for predicting the results in future cases. Each case is judged on its own unique set of facts.