Two North Carolina Sisters Tragically Killed in DWI Car Crash

What Happened:

Three young women were involved in a car accident on July 21, 2012. An 18-year-old was driving while allegedly under the influence of alcohol when the car ran off NC 700 near Country Lane Circle in Eden, North Carolina. The car ended up hitting a tree and the crash claimed the lives of two sisters, Lauren Taylor London and Meredith Ann London.

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The North Carolina Injury Lawyer’s Perspective:

Unless someone has experienced the loss of a child, one cannot imagine the pain and grief it causes. This unfortunate family lost two children at the same time in a car crash that probably would have been avoided if the intoxicated woman had not tried to drive. If the families of these young women are friends, the parents of the victims may be hesitant to file a claim on their daughters’ behalf. But they will most likely be entitled to compensation for their tragic loss.

Potentially Helpful Info:

This brochure, written by our experienced North Carolina wrongful death attorneys, provides information to grieving families about why a claim should be filed, the steps that need to be taken, and why you should not wait too long to act.

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If you still have questions, additional answers regarding wrongful death claims can be found here.



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