VIDEO: Wrongful Death Claims and the Intestate Secession Act
The state of North Carolina has enacted a series of laws which govern who can receive compensation in a wrongful death claim. Contrary to popular belief, the existence of a will doesn't play a role in determining who will receive compensation. Instead this will be decided according to the Intestate Secession Act.
In the following video, Kimberly Wilson White explains how the Intestate Secession Act impacts wrongful death cases in North Carolina.
Wrongful death cases are highly complex, and it's important to work with an experienced attorney who knows the state laws which apply to these claims. At Wilson Law, P.A., we've been fighting for the rights of wrongful death victims in the Raleigh area since 2000, and our lawyers can help you determine whether you have a case under the Intestate Secession Act.
Please contact Wilson Law, P.A. using the form at the bottom of the page or call (919) 800-0919 today to schedule your free wrongful death consultation. We serve clients in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and throughout North Carolina.