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Wrongful Death

A death that is caused by an illegal act of someone is categorized as Wrongful Death under personal injury law. Many examples of wrongful death include aviation accidents, birth injury, failure to diagnose, food poisoning, medical negligence, nursing home abuse & neglect, oil rig injuries, slip & fall accidents, and other causes. Wrongful death claims may be filed by surviving family members who are left to cope with the loss of their loved ones. The loss of companionship or support, usually suffered by an accident victim’s children or spouse is the reason for filing this type of claim under Texas personal injury law. Medical costs, funeral expenses, and other suffered damages may be included in the claim as well.

In these situations, families may receive compensation for wrongful death expenses and punitive damages, or those awarded to penalize the groups held accountable for the negligence or wrongdoing. Awards in this category are thought to encourage change that will hopefully avoid similar incidents that may cause future death or serious injury. The various, negligent cause of deaths or injuries are frequently the results of large corporations and health care providers that take the risk to cut costs.

Your family should be your first priority following a wrongful death. If you must tend to your families need, do so. Then take immediate action and contact Eberstein & Witherite, LLP, for a free consultation with an experienced Texas wrongful death attorney. Our friendly, bilingual staff will also answer all of the questions surrounding your case and explain legal rights in plain English or Spanish, if necessary. It will not cost you anything to contact our firm, and you will not pay any out-of-pocket expenses or legal fees unless and until we obtain compensation for your injuries.