What if my relative lives for some time after the incident then dies later?
I recently had a call from a client who came to me after their loved one survived for a period of time after a serious injury caused by somebody else’s negligence, only to die later. Under these circumstances, a person would be entitled as a wrongful death beneficiary or, as a survivor (usually a parent, child or spouse), to compensation under the law from the wrongdoers who caused that death. Under the law, a survivor or wrongful death beneficiary is entitled to the economic losses that they have lost as a result of not getting compensation from a parent, an adult child, or a spouse, as well as emotional trauma damages.
We at the Chavez Law Firm know the right questions to ask and are ready, willing, and able to guide you through this difficult process. More importantly, we are passionate about helping you and your family get just compensation that you deserve under the law.
Have you lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence in Texas and have questions about delays in a wrongful death? Contact experienced El Paso wrongful death lawyer Enrique Chavez Jr. today for a free case evaluation and case evaluation.
If you’ve experienced a wrongful death, we understand your pain. Let our experience work for you.
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