Wrongful Death Lawyers in Houston
Seeking Justice for the Death of Your Loved One
There are few experiences in life more difficult than losing a loved one.
When the death of a loved one is caused by the negligent or wrongful acts
of another, the grieving process can be even more troubling. Fortunately,
certain family members are able to file wrongful death lawsuits to hold
the at-fault party accountable for their actions. Wrongful death lawsuits
also allow relatives to recover financial compensation for their losses
Family members can bring wrongful death claims after some of the following
types of accidents:
Why Should You Choose Our Law Firm?
Our dedicated law firm has helped many families navigate the wrongful death
claim process. Clients continually choose our firm for the following reasons:
- We have secured hundreds of millions for our clients
- We share more than a century of legal experience
- We offer free and confidential case consultations
- Three of our attorneys are board certified specialists
Understanding Wrongful Death Claims
When a victim is killed as a result of another person's actions, certain
family members may be able to file a wrongful death claim. This claim,
or lawsuit, will require the family to prove several legal elements in
order to hold the at-fault party responsible for their losses. For example,
a victim's family will be required to show another's wrongful
act, neglect, carelessness, unskillfulness, or default caused the death
of their family member.
Successful wrongful death claims allow families to recover compensation for:
- Pain and suffering of the victim
- Loss of financial support
- Financial and medical expenses
- Loss of companionship
Request Your Free Case Evaluation to Get Started
At Fibich, Leebron, Copeland, Briggs & Josephson, our Houston wrongful
death attorneys are prepared to advocate for the rights of your family.
Call our office today to learn more about your options. We offer free
and confidential consultations to get you started, and we accept all cases
on a contingency fee basis—which means that you don’t pay
unless we win.
If you have questions about your rights or options,
call us for a free case review.