The Cochran Firm, D.C. was shocked to learn about a car crash on I-95 in Prince George County, Virginia, that tragically claimed the lives of three generations of Washington, D.C. residents - a 69-year-old man, his daughter, and his grandson. Thomas Willis, Cindy Willis, and Isiah Willis were sadly killed in a vehicle accident during the afternoon of Nov. 9, 2013. According to media reports, the crash occurred 25 miles south of Richmond, Virginia. Thomas Willis was a resident of Northeast D.C., according to the Washington Post.
If you are a family member of a victim who tragically died or was critically injured in an accident, you may be able to file a wrongful death claim in order to seek compensation. Our team of experienced attorneys has filed hundreds of wrongful death claims and can guide you through the legal process. Our law firm employs litigation tactics designed to secure the highest possible reward for our clients and to hold wrongdoers accountable for the harms they have caused.
Wrongful death laws are complex and require skilled legal counsel to bring a successful claim. The Cochran Firm takes pride in providing the absolute highest-quality legal representation for wrongful death victims. We have a long track record of securing historically large compensation awards for those impacted by a wrongful death, but we also seek legal reform in order to help prevent future wrongful deaths.
If you or someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in a Prince George County, Virginia vehicle accident, please call The Cochran Firm at 1-800-THE-FIRM (1-800-843-3476). We offer free, no-obligation consultations. All inquiries are confidential. Because strict time limits apply to filing a legal claim, we recommend contacting us as soon as possible.