Wrongful Death

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A former client once said, “I never imagined that my husband would be killed in an accident”. Unfortunately, accidents do happen and can happen to anyone at any time.

In the State of Texas, wrongful death cases generally belong to the estate of the deceased person, and other designated beneficiaries, such as a surviving spouse, surviving children or surviving parents. If you are the surviving spouse, child or parent of a loved one who has been killed as a result of a trucking accident, automobile accident, nursing home abuse or neglect, construction accident, drunk driver related accident, workplace accident, or as a result of a dangerous or defective product, contact me immediately!

A claim or litigation will never replace your loved one, but may help replace various economic damages resulting from the death of a loved one and allow recovery for such damages as pain, suffering, mental anguish, loss of support and loss of the love, companionship, comfort, care, assistance and protection provided by your deceased loved one.


If you have a wrongful death case you would like to submit, please contact me at 409-951-2333.

Trucking accidents kill or injure thousands of men, women and children in the United States every year.

Unfortunately, due to the size of theses vehicles, most people involved in an accident with an eighteen wheeler or large truck suffer serious injuries and, in some cases, death. Truck drivers and trucking companies that they work for are required by law to operate their trucks in a safe manner. The trucking industry is heavily regulated both at the state and federal levels. Trucking companies often put profits in front of safety and allow their drivers to operate trucks in an unsafe manner. Truck accidents are caused by a variety of factors including but not limited to the following:

∙ Fatigue
∙ Maintenance issues
∙ Overloaded trucks
∙ Poorly maintained vehicles
∙ Speeding
∙ Running off the road
∙ Failing to yield the right of way
∙ Aggressive driving behavior
∙ Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
∙ Driving to fast for various weather conditions
∙ Unsafe reflectors, lights or other warning devices

For a free and confidential consultation regarding a trucking accident case, please call me at (800) 951-2333 or contact us.

Call me at

(800) 951-2333

with any questions about your accident