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Compassionate Guidance Through Wrongful Death Claims

No one should ever experience the sudden loss of a loved one to an unimaginable tragedy that was caused by reckless actions. These losses can create an unimaginable emotional and financial burden on the decedent’s family, and a wrongful death lawsuit serves as a legal recourse for families to hold responsible parties accountable for their actions while covering the costs of their losses.

To our lawyers at Link & Associates, these claims aren’t about making money; they are about helping Dallas families become as whole as possible after their sudden losses. We know the void the loss of a loved one creates, and we want to be the ones who help you gather the resources you need to move forward with a swift and skilled wrongful death lawsuit.

What Is A Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

A wrongful death lawsuit is a civil action brought when an individual’s death is caused by the wrongful act, neglect, carelessness, unskillfulness, or default of another person or entity. Common causes for these deaths include a variety of circumstances, including but not limited to medical malpractice, car or truck accidents, workplace accidents, defective products, and criminal actions. Like personal injury claims, these cases often involve complex investigations to establish liability and the extent of damages.

Our wrongful death attorneys have experience in a wide variety of fatal accident cases, including:

Type Of Compensation You Can Pursue

There is no way to put a value on the life of a loved one, but with these claims, families may seek compensation for a range of damages, including loss of the deceased’s expected earnings, medical and funeral expenses, loss of companionship, and mental anguish. Punitive damages may also be pursued if the defendant’s actions were particularly reckless or egregious. Through these claims, families have a better chance at stability in the future.

Under Texas law, the surviving spouse, children, and parents of the deceased have the right to file a wrongful death claim. If they do not file within three months of the death, the executor or administrator of the deceased’s estate may file the claim unless specifically requested not to by the family.

A Delicate Approach To Your Representation

We do not want our clients to worry about our fees when we represent them, which is why we work on a contingency fee basis. This way, our clients only have to pay for our services if we collect a settlement for them. Additionally, because we only collect our payment from the money we win for our clients, you can rest easy knowing you will not have to pay out of pocket for us to represent you.

If you believe that you have a wrongful death claim on your hands, contact us today. We can review your case, present you with what options you have available, and help you seek the outcome you deserve after your loss. Call us at 214-945-8026 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.