Client-Committed, Compassionate Representation For Families Mourning Wrongful Deaths

When injuries suffered in a fatal accident become a case of wrongful death, damages are owed that reflect the many different kinds of devastating loss stemming from such a tragedy.

Are you grieving the loss of a much-loved friend, close relative or family member because of someone else's negligence?

If you and loved ones have decided to pursue financial compensation, remember this: the stronger your attorney, the stronger your case.

Woody White Law PLLC personal injury and wrongful death attorneys stay strong for you throughout the legal process. They investigate thoroughly, negotiate skillfully and, if necessary, litigate aggressively in court on your behalf — while remaining sensitive to your fragile emotions at a trying time in your life.

Examples of wrongful death can happen anywhere: on the highway, in the workplace, in an accident at home or in a hospital, among others. Wherever the tragic accident occurred, Woody White and James Blanton safeguard your interests in and out of the courtroom.

Wrongful Death Lawyers With Decades Of Trial Experience, Sensitivity To Your Emotions

If a catastrophic injury in an accident has proved fatal for someone near and dear to you, we urge you to arrange a confidential, free initial consultation at our Wilmington, North Carolina, law offices. We welcome the opportunity to serve you in any way we can.

Call Woody White Law PLLC locally in Wilmington at 910-338-4900 or toll free to 866-677-8525. We respond promptly to all email messages.

Woody White

Woody White

Woody White is an experienced civil Trial Attorney, and has earned a reputation as an aggressive advocate, taking – and winning – cases before juries in both State and Federal Court. Getting the verdict that you deserve requires experience and Woody White has a proven track record of success.

James Baxter Blanton

James Blanton

Attorney James Blanton is a former state prosecutor, having served as an Assistant District Attorney in the New Hanover County prosecutor's office. He also served as a federal prosecutor, serving as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of North Carolina.