Why You Should Consider A Wrongful Death Claim
Losing a loved one unexpectedly is one of the most difficult situations anyone can go through. Many people in this situation feel sad, angry, devastated and confused. Calling an attorney may be the last thing on your mind.
This is understandable. At Gamez Law Firm, we understand that the idea of taking legal action while grieving the death of a loved one may seem like too much to take on. However, we have also worked with many families in San Antonio who were glad to have filed a lawsuit — even if they were hesitant at first.
Before you make a decision, consider the benefits, and know that we will be able to handle the majority of the work for you.
One of the most common reasons families in Texas choose to file a wrongful death lawsuit is to seek justice for their loved one. Especially if there was no criminal case — or a criminal case was unsuccessful — a wrongful death lawsuit gives you a chance to hold the negligent party accountable.
Obtaining Financial Support
It is an often overlooked fact that the loss of a loved one has a financial impact on surviving family members. Funeral and burial costs, final medical expenses and the loss of that person’s financial contribution to the family can all lead to financial hardship. They can also all be covered through a wrongful death lawsuit.
When someone else’s negligence caused or contributed to your loved one’s death, it can be difficult to move forward. A successful lawsuit may help you find closure knowing that you did everything you could to ensure justice was served.
Learn More About Wrongful Death Lawsuits In A Free Consultation
We know that you may have more questions about the process of filing a wrongful death lawsuit. We can help answer them in a free consultation. In fact, we work on contingency basis, so you won’t pay us anything unless we are successful in helping you secure compensation.
We are available for appointments day or night and on weekends. To arrange a time to meet with one of our lawyers, please call us at 210-951-2024 or send us an email. Se habla español.