Austin Wrongful Death Attorney
Suffering the death of a loved one is devastating, particularly when you realize that the death was caused by the negligence of another individual or agency. When your family suffers the loss of a loved one as the result of negligence, reckless behavior, or willful intent, you need assistance from a team of attorneys experienced in pursuing wrongful death actions. At the McMinn Law Firm, we are experienced in the difficult and complex litigation related to wrongful death actions and will work to maximize your recovery against every responsible party.
When your family has paid the ultimate price for negligence, we will aggressively pursue a wrongful death action to recover maximum compensation. Contact the McMinn Law Firm today for a free consultation.
A wrongful death claim is filed on behalf of the state for economic losses as well as non-economic losses related to the loss of your spouse or loved one. The benefits will usually pass directly to the family members of the deceased person. You may be entitled to benefits for loss of consortium or companionship. Our attorneys will assist you in assessing the losses your family has suffered to ensure that you recover maximum compensation for any fatality or accidental death.
Due to the significant compensation paid to the families of wrongful death cases, the litigation can be complex. We will begin an immediate investigation into your case to ensure that necessary evidence is preserved. Our attorneys will work with experts including accident reconstructionists who can assess the pain and suffering caused to the victim, and forensic accountants who can make an immediate and long-term evaluation of your economic losses. When your family suffers, you need attorneys who can provide the aggressive and effective advocacy you need to get results.
Contact the McMinn Law Firm for experienced legal service from our Austin, Texas, personal injury firm. Our lawyers offer professional and effective legal representation to the victims and families of wrongful death.