Skilled Representation In The Aftermath Of Tragic Accidents
Losing a spouse, parent, child or other immediate family member in a sudden accident is one of the most devastating events imaginable. The idea of taking legal action may be intimidating, but recovering the compensation available to you may be essential for your ability to carry on.
At Parthemos & Curran, PLLC, we handle wrongful death claims with sensitivity, determination and integrity. Serving in Winchester, Prince William County and throughout northern Virginia, our attorneys have more than 75 years of combined experience, and are widely respected for their facilitation of extremely serious injury and fatality cases. Our firm has led the way in effectively resolving multiple auto-related wrongful death lawsuits, a drowning case, several claims for workers’ compensation death benefits and many other complex matters.
A Full Spectrum Of Legal Support
If you are seeking answers and financial compensation after the wrongful death of a family member, our legal team will:
- Treat you with personal care and respect through every phase of legal proceedings, remaining accessible and responsive to all concerns you may have along the way
- Provide clear, realistic guidance on your rights under Virginia law and the amount of compensation you may be able to recover for medical expenses prior to your fatally injured loved one’s death, funeral costs, lost income, mental anguish and other damages
- Rigorously construct the strongest possible case on your behalf by investigating the fatal accident, calling upon experts as needed and preparing for a possible trial
- Provide counsel or referrals to other lawyers in order to assist you with matters involving the estate of the deceased or related legal concerns
Contact Our Firm For The Passionate Advocacy You Deserve
Our firm will prioritize your case and your family’s needs. To put decades of experience and proven trial skills to work for you, beginning with a free consultation and case evaluation, call us at 540-662-4222 (Winchester) or 571-486-1010 (Prince William County) now.