Wrongful Death Attorneys in Plano, TX
Wrongful Death Lawyers
Serving Plano, Texas
Modest Enough to Care. Clever Enough to Win.
Losing a loved one is one of the most painful things to experience. When you find out that your loved one’s death is the result of someone else’s negligence, it can be even harder to deal with. Many people don’t know what to do in these situations and, instead, are left to deal with this tragedy alone. If you’ve lost a loved one because of someone else’s fault, you should talk with a Plano wrongful death lawyer who is familiar with handling these complex and emotional cases. An experienced attorney can help ease your burden and help you and your family through this difficult time.
Understanding Wrongful Death Claims in Texas
Insurance Companies Aren’t Always Fair
In our experience, insurance companies and their adjusters oftentimes try to low-ball how much they will pay for your medical expenses, your lost wages, and other damages. In other words, many insurance companies are more focused on protecting their own bottom lines by undervaluing your claim instead of paying you what you deserve.
You Need to Act Quickly to Protect Your Legal Rights
If you’ve been harmed in an auto accident, it is very important to speak with an injury lawyer as soon as possible for 2 main reasons:
Your Time is Limited – First, the time to start a legal action for compensation is limited by Texas law to two years from the date of your injury. If you are in an accident involving a vehicle driven by a state or local government worker, the time to bring a claim for your injuries can be a short as 90 days from the date of the incident.
Evidence Needs to Be Preserved – Second, it is important for your lawyer to collect as much evidence as you can to support your claim before the evidence disappears and the witnesses forget what happened during the accident.
Your Right to Compensation Includes Many Things
Your legal right to be compensated for a wrongful death claim includes many things such as:
- The loss of the deceased person’s earning capacity
- The value of the care, maintenance, services, support, advice and counsel he or she would have provided to family members.
- Your emotional pain and suffering from the death of your family member.
- Loss of inheritance, referring to what the deceased person would have accumulated and left to you if he or she had lived a normal expected lifetime.
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Loss of companionship or consortium
Some Personal Injury Cases Take More Time Than Others
We know that when you are facing medical expenses, you can’t work, and you are feeling financially pressured, you may be tempted to take the first offer that an insurance company makes. Before you accept a quick settlement offer, it is your best interest to discuss your situation with a personal injury attorney. Our lawyers know the pressures you are under, and we work without delay to fight for the financial security you’ll need now and in the future.
Our Injury Lawyers Work on a Contingent-Fee Basis
We know that most people can’t afford a lawyer who charges them by the hour. That’s why our injury law firm works on a contingent-fee basis, which means we don’t get paid unless we collect money for you.
If you were hurt in an auto accident, please contact our wrongful death attorneys online or call us at 972-380-4444 for your free consultation.
Our Personal Injury Services
If you’re not sure who to turn to or what to do next after your accident, then contact us today. We will answer all of your questions and explain all of your rights during your free consultation.