Wrongful Death Claims in North Carolina
In North Carolina, survivors of a loved one killed by someone else’s carelessness — whether it was simple negligence or reckless or gross negligence (sometimes called willful and wanton negligence) — is governed by Chapter 28A of the North Carolina General Statutes. The basic purpose of the Wrongful Death Act is to put the legal beneficiaries of the deceased person in the same position financially that they would have been had the victim not died.
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