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What is wrongful death, and how does it differ from a regular personal injury case?
Wrongful death refers to a situation where someone dies due to the negligence or intentional act of another person or entity. The key difference between wrongful death and a regular personal injury case is that the victim is no longer able to seek compensation for their injuries. Instead, the surviving family members or estate must file the lawsuit on their behalf.
Who can file a wrongful death lawsuit in Texas?
In Texas, the surviving spouse, children, or parents of the deceased person can file a wrongful death lawsuit. If none of these parties are available or willing to file the lawsuit, the executor or administrator of the deceased person's estate may also file the lawsuit.
What damages can be recovered in a wrongful death case?
In a wrongful death case, the damages that can be recovered include medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, lost earning capacity of the deceased, loss of companionship and society, and mental anguish of the surviving family members.
How long do I have to file a wrongful death lawsuit in Texas?
In Texas, the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death lawsuit is generally two years from the date of the person's death.
What kind of evidence do I need to prove wrongful death?
To prove wrongful death, you will need to show that the person or entity responsible for the death acted negligently or intentionally. This may include witness testimony, police reports, medical records, and expert testimony.
Can I still file a wrongful death lawsuit if the responsible party was not convicted of a crime?
Yes, you can still file a wrongful death lawsuit even if the responsible party was not convicted of a crime. The standard of proof in a civil case is lower than in a criminal case, so you may still be able to recover damages even if the person responsible was not found guilty in a criminal trial.
How long does it take to resolve a wrongful death case?
The length of time it takes to resolve a wrongful death case can vary depending on the complexity of the case, the number of parties involved, and other factors. Some cases may settle quickly, while others may take years to resolve.
What is the role of a wrongful death attorney?
A wrongful death attorney can help you navigate the legal process, investigate the circumstances surrounding the death, gather evidence, and negotiate with insurance companies and other parties involved in the case. They can also represent you in court if necessary.
How much does it cost to hire a wrongful death attorney?
Many wrongful death attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, which means that they only get paid if you recover compensation in the case. The fee is typically a percentage of the amount recovered, and it can vary depending on the attorney and the complexity of the case.
What should I look for when hiring a wrongful death attorney?
When hiring a wrongful death attorney, you should look for someone with experience in handling similar cases, a good track record of success, and strong communication skills. It's also important to choose an attorney who you feel comfortable working with and who you trust to represent your interests.
Can a wrongful death case be settled out of court?
Yes, many wrongful death cases are settled out of court through negotiations between the parties involved. This can be a faster and less expensive way to resolve the case, but it may also result in a lower settlement amount than if the case were to go to trial.
What happens if the responsible party does not have insurance or assets to pay for damages in a wrongful death case?
If the responsible party does not have insurance or assets to pay for damages in a wrongful death case, it may be difficult to recover compensation. In some cases, the responsible party may declare bankruptcy or enter into a settlement agreement to pay the damages over time. Your wrongful death attorney can help you explore all possible options for recovering compensation in these types of situations.
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