Dallas Wrongful Death Attorney

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Was a family member or loved one wrongfully killed? Our Dallas wrongful death lawyers are here to help.

Dallas Wrongful Death Attorney

Some accidents are so severe that they result in the death of a parent, spouse, or child. We can help make sure that your family receives the justice your loved one deserves.

A wrongful death can result from from an automobile accident, construction accident, medical malpractice, or any type of negligence. While nothing can undo the damage already done, our job is to make sure that your family receives the justice and compensation they deserve.

When an untimely death occurs as the result of any type of negligence or accident, the beneficiaries of the victim not only inherit a “survival claim” on the victim’s behalf, they’re also permitted to bring a separate wrongful death claim as well.

A survival claim seeks to recover compensation for the pain and suffering that your loved one endured (i.e., what would have been their personal injury claim), while a wrongful death claim seeks to recover compensation for the family’s losses, such as:

  • Any loss of familial income (what the victim would have provided his or her family in income up to retirement, given their age and work history).
  • Loss of consortium / companionship and society / advice and counsel.
  • Funeral expenses.
  • Mental anguish.

If you’ve lost a loved one as the result of someone else’s negligence, we’ll look out for your family’s best interests. We’ll make sure that your needs are addressed and will handle the entire claims process from beginning to end. At Montgomery Law, you are our first priority.

Contact Our Dallas Wrongful Death Lawyers today

Types of Wrongful Death Claims

Any death caused by the negligence or actions of another person or entity could be a valid wrongful death claim. A wrongful death can occur due to a variety of causes, including but not limited to the following:

The Sooner You Act, The Better

While you’re likely aware that there’s a statute of limitations which limits the time you have to file a claim, the truth is that every day that passes makes your claim more difficult to bring. In order to make sure that your family is best-protected, discuss your legal options with an attorney as soon as possible.

We know that this is a terrible time to have to deal with such issues, so let us take some of the load off of your shoulders. Our firm’s job is to help you through the process from beginning to end, while you focus on what’s important to you and your family. Call us today at 214-720-6090 (local) or 1-833-720-6090 (toll-free), or email us for a free consultation.