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Saturday, May 6th, 2023

The surviving spouse, children, and parents have priority and may choose to file individually or together as a group. If none of these parties have filed a claim within three months of the deceased person’s death, the personal representative or executor of the deceased may then file a claim unless a surviving family member opposes. […]

Saturday, May 6th, 2023

To bring a lawsuit forward, you must have substantial evidence to back up your claim. In wrongful death cases, there are certain critical elements involved that can help you prove the validity of your claim. This includes: The responsible party owed your loved one a duty of care This duty of care was breached The […]

Saturday, May 6th, 2023

Wrongful death claims in Texas are subject to a two-year statute of limitations, meaning that eligible parties generally have until the second anniversary of their loved one’s death to file a lawsuit in civil court. If this filing deadline expires, you will lose your ability to pursue compensation. The statute of limitations period for wrongful death may […]

Saturday, May 6th, 2023

After losing a family member, your life will never be the same. No amount of money can ever make up for your losses, but a judge may award you a settlement to help compensate for the material and emotional hardship you’ve faced. You may be able to recover: Medical bills incurred before the death of […]