There are no words to describe the pain associated with losing a loved one before his or her time. However when the death was caused due to the negligence of another individual, it can be especially difficult to process. While nothing can replace what you have lost, it is important to realize that you have a legal right to bring a wrongful death claim. With help from the right attorney, you and your family may be able to secure fair financial compensation.

The Two Types Of Wrongful Death Claims

In Texas, there are two types of wrongful death claims. The first is a wrongful death claim that family members bring on behalf of themselves. This addresses what the family has lost, including:

  • Loss of consortium
  • Loss of parental guidance and support
  • Loss of financial support of a spouse or parent

The second type of claim is called a survival action. This lawsuit is brought on behalf of the deceased, by the deceased's estate. This can include compensation for:

  • Pain and suffering before death
  • Medical expenses before death
  • Funeral expenses

Helping Families Who Have Lost Loved
Ones Due To Fatal Injuries

As dedicated family men, the lawyers at Carlile Law Firm, LLP believe in helping other families during their time of need. We have a long history of serving our community and have guided many clients through the legal process of wrongful death claims.

These matters are always difficult for families. How can you possibly put a price on losing a loved one? Our attorneys understand these challenges, and help clients understand how the law applies in wrongful death claims, what their options are and the best way to proceed at each stage of the case.

Serving Families In Marshall And Longview.
Contact Us For Help.

There are a lot of complex details in wrongful death claims. We invite you and your family to contact our law firm for a free consultation and case evaluation. Our Marshall wrongful death attorneys can help you understand your legal position and all available options. Call us at 903-938-1655.

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