Virginia Wrongful Death Lawyer: experience and expertise

For many years the wrongful death attorney in The Fleenor Law Firm, Doug Fleenor has been representing the families of Wrongful Death Victims in Virginia. He has a reputation as a tough litigator for the victim’s and the families of those who sustained injuries and is able to relate those issues to the insurance companies and to juries.

Doug Fleenor has a strong reputation for for gaining successful high end settlements for his clients, with many years of successful experience Doug Fleenor has always worked to put his clients first and foremost in dealing with the insurance companies and will never sell their interests out.


How we will win your case:

We are well-organized, our presentations are powerful and effective, and our messages impact opposing lawyers, insurance adjusters, judges, and jurors. As your Virginia wrongful death lawyer, we will follow every lead and use all resources available to prove what happened. The types of experts we use to win your case include, but are not limited to, private investigators, accident reconstruction specialists, bio-mechanics, human factor experts, law enforcement personnel, and engineers.

In addition, we use the best accountants, economists, physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, and other forensic experts to prove your monetary and emotional losses.

We are extremely thorough in the preparation of each case; we are relentless in the pursuit to win for our clients; we are aggressive against the opposition; and we work harder than the opposing attorneys.


Wrongful death Defined:

The term wrongful death is defined as the loss of life wrongfully caused by another individual.

If you have lost a loved one as the result of a personal injury accident, no amount of money can replace your loss, or properly compensate you, but you need an experienced wrongful death attorney to represent you. This is an extremely emotional and stressful time, and only a successful Virginia wrongful death lawyer with expertise in this very specialized area of law should represent you, who will also give you personal attention, and be sensitive to your needs.


Compensation you are entitled to:

If a wrongful death has occurred to a loved one, you are entitled to the following applicable compensation: Compensation for your pain and suffering. Recovery of loss of earnings of the decedent. Compensation for your loss of companionship. Reimbursement for burial and funeral expenses. Recovery of your present and future financial losses. Reimbursement for your out of pocket expenses incurred. Reimbursement or payments of any medical expenses incurred.


What is my case worth:

The amount of damages that a Virginia wrongful death lawyer can obtain for you depends on many factors such as the age and health of the deceased and heirs, the life expectancy of the deceased and heirs, the financial loss, the emotional loss, who the heirs are, the insurance coverage, and whether or not surviving family members were dependent upon the deceased for income for support. Also to be considered in computing damages is the loss of companionship, loss of love and affection of the surviving spouse, children, parents and other surviving family members. You are also entitled to all out of pocket expenses incurred, such as funeral expenses.


Causes of wrongful death:

Wrongful Deaths are the result of the negligence, carelessness, or reckless act of another person or corporation. Some common causes of wrongful death are: car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, bus accidents, drunk drivers, train accidents, pedestrian accidents, plane crashes, medical malpractice, construction accidents, industrial accidents, fires, and defective products (product liability).


Will my case settle out of court?

The wrongful death attorney at The Fleenor Law Firm will do everything possible to settle your wrongful death case out of court. Based upon our experience, reputation, success, and diligent preparation of each case, most of our cases are settled without going to trial.