Beaumont Wrongful Death Attorney
Every life is precious and we are all expected to act with care so as not to endanger the lives of others. When a person is killed because of the reckless or wrongful actions of another person, it is not only an offence against the deceased, it is also an offence against the state. This is why the state prosecutes the criminal case. But, the law also recognizes that when a person’s death is caused by another person’s recklessness or wrongdoing, the deceased’s family bears a loss that should be compensated. If you have lost a family member and you want to sue the person who caused their death, contact Craft Law Firm and speak to a Beaumont wrongful death attorney.
- Craft Law Firm handles cases involving catastrophic injury and wrongful death in transportation and workplace incidents.
- We have a reputation for excellence and experience, including our track record of success.
- We have been recognized with the distinct honor of being a U.S. News and World Report Tier One Best Law Firm for the past four years.
- We represent victims. We deliver.
Let us handle your legal case while you focus on the difficult grieving process. If you have lost a family member to death caused by the negligence of another person or entity, call us today at 713-225-0500. You will speak with one of our experienced and compassionate attorneys when you call.
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
Every state has its own laws about who can file a wrongful death lawsuit and the procedure for doing so. Generally, children, spouses and parents of the deceased will be eligible to file a wrongful death lawsuit. Some states allow other parties like siblings, grandparents and financial dependents to file a lawsuit and recover damages for wrongful death of their loved one. If you have lost a family member and want to file a claim against the person responsible for their death, an attorney in your state can advise you about the laws in your state and which family members may recover damages.
How to Choose a Wrongful Death Attorney
Choosing an attorney to represent your interest in a wrongful death claim requires careful consideration of several important factors, the most important being the attorney’s skill and experience. You want to be sure that the Beaumont wrongful death attorney you choose has successfully handled cases similar to yours.
Trust is also a key factor in choosing an attorney. You want to feel comfortable with your attorney and trust that they are working for your best interest. Lack of trust between you and your attorney is likely to result in a breakdown in communication, which will only hinder the progress of your case.
At Craft Law Firm, we believe each case is the most important event in each of our client’s lives. We understand that. We live it with the client, and we treat it accordingly.
How Much Does an Attorney Charge?
Attorney costs are another factor that discourages people from pursuing a valid claim against the person or entity responsible for the death of their loved one. At Craft Law Firm, you do not have to worry about attorney fees. We handle based on a contingency fee arrangement. This means that we will never charge a fee unless we win.
If you have lost a family member as a result of the reckless or wrongful actions of another person or entity, time may be running out for your claim. Call us today at 713-225-0500 for a free and confidential case evaluation with a personal injury attorney in Beaumont.