El Paso Wrongful Death Lawyer
Seek Justice for the Loss of Your Loved One
According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 120,000 Americans
die from unintentional injuries suffered in various types of accidents
every year. Fortunately, the civil courts in Texas recognize the right
of the family to sue for the wrongful death of a loved one.
In order to file a successful claim for wrongful death, is necessary to
prove that the accident was caused by some type of careless, reckless,
or otherwise negligent or malicious conduct on the part of the other person.
In these situations, it is best to have a seasoned El Paso wrongful death
attorney on your side to help you gather evidence and establish liability
for your wrongful death claim.
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Wrongful Death Damages in Texas
The damages you can recover in a wrongful death claim can include full
medical expenses, such as emergency medical care or surgery. Your claim can also include
payment to replace the
lost income contributions which you could reasonably have expected to receive in the
present and future from the decedent. Further, you can receive
noneconomic damages for pain, suffering, emotional anguish, loss of consortium, and loss of
companionship and society. In the event that the accident was caused by
gross recklessness, malice or intentional misconduct, you may even be
able to receive
We Can Help Your Family Fight for Justice
At Guerra & Farah, PLLC, our experienced wrongful death lawyers understand
that the loss of a loved one has widespread implications upon your family
and everyday life. If your family member's death should have been
prevented, a practiced El Paso wrongful death attorney from our injury
team may be able to help you recover financial compensation to help you
offset the significant economic burden of your loss.
We can help you seek justice for your emotional and financial losses by
providing your family with the experienced guidance and dedicated advocacy
you need and deserve.
Find out whether or not you have grounds to sue for wrongful death and
how much your claim may be worth.
Contact our firm today or take a few moments to fill out a
free case evaluation form.