The unexpected loss of a loved one can be earth-shattering, especially when the person’s death could have been prevented. We know how being suddenly deprived of a family member because of another person’s carelessness can leave the survivors reeling emotionally. Fortunately, we have helped countless Texan families stay on their feet following such a tragedy and in holding the parties responsible for their loss financially liable in civil court.
Aggressive Legal Advocacy in Texas Wrongful Death Suits to Help Those Left Behind
Financial concerns may pale in comparison to the emotional grief a family is likely to encounter following the death of a loved one, but we encourage the recently bereaved to begin thinking about their financial situation sooner rather than later, especially if there are significant outstanding expenses related to their loss. If you are worried about financial stability in the wake of a family member’s death, get in touch with a dedicated wrongful death attorney as soon as possible. We can assist you in seeking compensation for the loss of a loved one when their death was due to the negligence or misconduct of another person or party.
Damages and Compensation Due to Wrongful Death
You have the right under Texas law to pursue wrongful death litigation and seek compensation for funeral expenses, medical bills, lost income, damaged property, or other costs arising from a sudden death caused by the carelessness or misconduct of another person or entity. You can also seek non-economic damages for the pain and suffering associated with the death of your family member, including that arising from the loss of their companionship and intimacy. Whether a wrongful death was due to a car accident, a defective or malfunctioning product, a surgical error, a violent crime, or some other cause, we can help you identify all parties who share responsibility for an unexpected death.
We are there for our clients twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, and we want to be there for you for the duration of your legal process. We can answer your questions about what you can expect after filing a suit and explain wrongful death litigation to you in greater detail at your free consultation. We hope you find we offer you not only a valuable legal ally but also a relationship that abides long after we have handled your case.
Call (979) 743-4153 and speak with a Harris County and Fayette County wrongful death attorney about your loss as soon as you are ready. We’re here to listen and help you take action.