Untimely deaths may result from any number of natural or unnatural causes. In Texas, in the event of a wrongful death caused by the negligence of another person or persons, surviving family members can file a wrongful death action to hold the negligent party or parties accountable. A wrongful death claim, of course, can never fully compensate for losing someone you love, but wrongful death settlements achieve two important goals; they allow family members to move forward positively with their lives, and they hold responsible parties accountable under the Texas wrongful death law. If your family needs to file a wrongful death lawsuit – or if you need to explore your legal options and learn more – speak at once to an experienced Fort Worth wrongful death attorney at the Weaver Injury Law Firm.

LOOKING TO THE FUTURE

From medical and burial expenses to the loss of family income and benefits, you may be awarded damages for several reasons as the survivor of a wrongful death victim. While you must take sufficient time to grieve for your loved one and to deal with your loss, you also need to speak with a wrongful death attorney as soon as possible. Texas has a statute of limitations requiring wrongful death lawsuits to be filed within two years of the alleged wrongful death, unless one of several specified exceptions applies. Don’t wait two years. Speak to an experienced Fort Worth wrongful death lawyer at the Weaver Injury Law Firm as soon as possible if you lose a loved one because of someone’s negligence.

WE HELP FAMILIES MOVE FORWARD

Good wrongful death attorneys are experienced and ready to help you acquire compensation for your unexpected loss. When someone you love suddenly, unexpectedly dies as the result of another person’s negligence, you must do what it takes to ensure your family’s future. The Weaver Injury Law Firm is dedicated to helping you get your life back on track after the loss of a loved one. Call us in Fort Worth at (817) 438-2000 to speak promptly with an experienced Fort Worth wrongful death attorney.