Have You Lost a Loved One to
wrongful death?

Loved Ones Can Never Be Replaced, But A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help Pursue Compensation For Your Loss.

What is Wrongful Death?

One of the most challenging things in life you may ever go through is losing a family member. It can then be made all the more heartbreaking when it was someone else’s carelessness or negligence that caused that death.

If you find yourself in this exact position, then it might be time to reach out a wrongful death lawyer in Texas. They can navigate the complex world of misconduct to establish whether you may be eligible for financial compensation.

A wrongful death attorney can establish whether someone you loved died as a result of someone else’s negligence, and then put steps in place to hold that party to account.

Situations where wrongful death occurs include:

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Can You File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

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If you have suffered damage from the death of a loved one who lost their life from inaction or action by another party, then you may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit. You then become known as the real parties in interest.

As real parties in interest, you may be:

  • A distant family member, such as a grandparent, who is raising a child
  • A spouse, child, a parent of unmarried children, or an immediate family member
  • A life partner
  • Someone who has suffered financially due to losing support and care

What You Must Prove to the Court for a Wrongful Death Claim

A Texas wrongful death lawyer will do all they can to fight for your right to compensation, but proof is necessary. To file a successful claim, you (and your attorney) must be able to prove that:

Someone else caused your loved one’s death.

Another party’s negligence or carelessness caused your loved one’s death.

Monetary damages occurred as a result of your loved one’s death.

The death of your loved one has significantly impacted you and/or your family.

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Compensation for a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

If someone you love has died as a result of someone else’s actions, inaction, negligence, or carelessness, then you can sue the party responsible in the state of Texas. When you sue, you may be entitled to compensatory and/or punitive damages.

Compensatory damages can cover medical expenses, loss of support, inheritance, and funeral and burial expenses. Punitive damages, on the other hand, is designed to punish the party at fault for the death of your loved ones.

If awarded, with the help of a wrongful death lawyer, you can use the money as you see fit.

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So if you believe your loved one has been the victim of wrong ful death, contact us today. At J. Alexander Law Firm we’re here to help.
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