5 Examples of Wrongful Death Cases

Published: November 2016

Wrongful death cases arise after an individual dies as a result of another party’s negligence or violent act. Surviving family members can seek compensation for various losses, which can often rise into the millions of Read On…

The Texas Wrongful Death Statute

Published: July 2016

Wrongful death laws are a relatively modern development in our legal system. Historically, survivors of family members who lost their lives in accidents or because of the wrongful acts of another person were unable to Read On…

What is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Published: April 2016

When one party causes injury to an individual, the injured victim can recover for their losses by filing a personal injury claim. The situation can become complicated, however, if a victim tragically dies from their Read On…

Taxes on Your Wrongful Death Settlement

Published: April 2016

Wrongful death settlements can often be well into the hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars. As a result, many surviving family members are concerned about their potential tax liability if they receive a Read On…

Texas Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations

Published: April 2016

Many legal claims have deadlines, which are specified in a Texas law called the “statute of limitations.” There are two claims under Texas law that allow people to recover after they have lost a family Read On…

Wrongful Death v. Survival Actions in Texas

Published: April 2016

Every year, a substantial number of people in Texas lose family members in accidents that were completely preventable and the result of someone else’s negligence. These accidents can take many forms and can be caused Read On…