Texas Wrongful Death Attorneys

When a person loses a loved one, and that death may have been prevented, a wrongful death lawsuit may be an option. Whether by negligence, reckless behavior, malpractice or simple inaction, if any of these conditions results in a death, the deceased person’s heirs may have grounds for a wrongful death claim. Beneficiaries, including children, parents, and spouses may be able to recover compensation for the love, care, and support that would have been provided by the person who was killed, as well as the mental anguish and emotional losses caused by the loss of the loved one.

We Help Grieving Families Recover Compensation For Their Lost Loved One

Wrongful death lawsuits are filed as a civil action. Children, Parents and Spouses of a person who died needlessly may be able to recover physical, emotional, and economic damages to help cope with such tragic circumstances.

Wrongful Death Claim Damages

Many insurance companies will push for a quick settlement in a wrongful death case. We know the tactics the insurance companies like to try in order to push you into a quick decision. Don’t sign anything before talking to one of our wrongful death attorneys about your legal rights. We have the experience to know what your case could be worth, and we will not stand for big insurance companies trying to push you to take a small/quick settlement. Some of the damages available in a wrongful death claim include:

  • Funeral Expenses
  • Medical Bills
  • Lost Wages (to include future earnings)
  • Lost Inheritance
  • Mental Anguish
  • Pain & Suffering
  • Loss of Companionship
  • Punitive Damages

Get Your Free Case Evaluation

If you lost a family member who may have been the victim of negligence, you should talk to a wrongful death attorney at Williamson & Rusnak about your legal rights to compensation. The consultation is free, so that you can make an informed decision about your situation. Contact us today to get started.