What is Wrongful Death?
Nothing is more tragic than suddenly and accidentally losing someone you love because someone else was negligent. The state of Texas defines wrongful death as the wrongful act, neglect, carelessness, or default of one or more persons that causes the death of another person. The surviving spouse, children, or parents of the deceased have three months to file a wrongful death claim in Texas. No matter how a wrongful death happens, if another person’s negligence is responsible for the death, that person may be held accountable in a wrongful death lawsuit. If you have lost a loved one in the Dallas-Fort Worth area because another person was negligent – in an auto collision, a medical malpractice incident, or any other kind of accident – discuss your case at once with an experienced Dallas wrongful death attorney at the Weaver Injury Law Firm.
Helping You Move Forward
No amount of money can remove the suffering and agony of suddenly and tragically losing a loved one, but an experienced wrongful death attorney can fight for the compensation your family needs to move forward after a tragedy. The Weaver Injury Law Firm is always ready to fight relentlessly for the survivors of a wrongful death. As difficult as it might be at a time of mourning, if you lose someone you love in the Dallas-Fort Worth area because of someone else’s negligence, call the Weaver Injury Law Firm immediately. Wrongful death victims may seek damages for medical expenses prior to the death, funeral, burial, or cremation costs, loss of consortium, and loss of the deceased loved one’s income, earning capacity, and benefits.
The Compensation Families Deserve
If you’ve lost a loved one in an accident as the result of someone else’s negligent, reckless, or careless action (or inaction), call the Weaver Injury Law Firm in Dallas at (214) 238-9000. After a wrongful death, you have a very limited amount of time to take action. Do the right thing for your family and make the call promptly.[/fusion_text]