How Can I File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit In Texas?

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The death of a family member is often sited by many polls to be one of the most stressful experiences one can go through in their lives.

If you have experienced a wrongful death, you are not alone. Countless of people go through unimaginable loss and with it, an immense amount of expenses with funeral costs, medical bills, and emotional trauma.

Visit our Wrongful Death Cases page to learn more about how the lawyers at V&B can point you in the right direction.

What does the law say?

If someone you love dies in a negligent accident in Texas, only spouses, children, and parents of the deceased can file a wrongful death lawsuit. However, these terms are often argued about since in this day and age we have many adopted families and common law marriages.

If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, there are two claims you can make:

A Wrongful death claim is a claim that is made by a family member based on that person’s loss of a loved one.

A Survival Claim is a claim that is made on behalf of the person who died for the pain and suffering he/she endured. Typically it can only be brought on by a family member. Probate court is usually involved to determine which person can hold this claim.

The lawyers at V&B have vast experience in dealing with wrongful death claims. (See our Case results page)

We urge you to visit our website which is updated every day with FREE information that you can use to answer all the questions you have. It’s about time that you learn exactly what the law states in an easy and understandable way.

For a free consultation, contact our offices. Toll free: 888-473-1258.
Brian Beckcom
Board Certified Injury Lawyer. Highest Possible 10/10 AVVO ranking. Husband. Father. Fisherman.
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