Wrongful death lawsuits pay families for the loss of a family member. When you have lost someone due to the reckless conduct of others, you are often too busy picking up the pieces left behind to devote time to pursuing your legal rights. We understand what you’re going through—funeral preparation, the mix of emotions you’re dealing with, and the questions you have. Survivors are frequently confronted with the emotional hardship of grieving and the resentment of knowing that their loved one’s death was caused by someone else. Our wrongful death lawyer has the experience to help you get through it.
Our wrongful death attorney helps families by immediately starting a post-accident investigation, evidence retrieval, interviewing critical witnesses, and hiring engineers and experts to help prove the case. We have been doing this for nearly 40 years. So we understand what needs to be done. Protecting our client’s legal rights, gathering the evidence, and preparing for filing a wrongful death lawsuit is what we do.
It is essential to find the services of a wrongful death lawyer to help with the loss of a loved one. Our wrongful death lawyer is based in Houston, Texas. But we understand that tragedies occur nationwide. We have handled cases in 40 states due to our national recognition in wrongful death lawsuits. We have obtained hundreds of millions for our clients when deaths or injuries were caused by someone else. Our routine day includes suing some of the world’s biggest corporations, manufacturers, DWI drivers in fatal car accidents, contractors, 18-wheeler trucking companies, individuals, and other negligent defendants across the United States.
Wrongful death lawsuits are distinct from the criminal court system. When responsibility is shown in a wrongful death lawsuit, the remaining family members are awarded money. No amount of money could compensate you for just one more minute with your dead relative. But wrongful death lawsuits can help with funeral expenses, medical expenses, emotional distress, lost income, future earnings, loss of anticipated benefits, loss of companionship, comfort, protection, love, care, loss of household services, loss of a parent’s guidance and training, loss of a spouse’s intimate sexual relations.