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Silver Spring Wrongful Death Attorney

At Whitlock Law, LLC, in Silver Spring, we represent families in Maryland and Virginia in wrongful death litigation. Founding attorney Morgan Whitlock has earned a reputation as a compassionate personal injury lawyer who provides her clients with aggressive, dependable legal services.

Compassionate Wrongful Death Representation

Our firm handles a wide variety of fatal accidents, including:

In wrongful death litigation, family members stand in for the deceased. Ms. Whitlock will help you recover damages for your loved one’s pain and suffering, lost wages, hospital bills, funeral expenses and other costs. You may also be able to recover for your emotional distress, loss of companionship of the deceased and more.

Calculating dollar figures for many wrongful death damages requires a close understanding of personal injury law.

Ms. Whitlock takes an average of 100 personal injury cases to court each year. She is highly qualified to apply the facts of your family member’s death to the law and determine the proper level of damages.

Open Communication, Sensible Advice

Our team at Whitlock Law, LLC, knows that nobody wants to be left in the dark about their lawsuit. Morgan Whitlock will keep in touch with you so you always know what is happening. She will respond promptly to your phone calls and emails. Her advice will help you know what to expect and what to do at each point in your case.

Most of all, Ms. Whitlock will help take the legal burden off you and your family during a difficult time in Silver Spring.

Turn To Us After A Wrongful Death

For a free initial consultation with Morgan Whitlock, please call Whitlock Law, LLC, at 301-565-1655 or contact us online. We are available by phone 24 hours a day, and we charge you nothing until we settle or win at trial.


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