The untimely death of a loved one is a devastating experience. When the death results from another person’s or entity’s negligence, the tragedy is compounded by a sense of injustice. Family members who suffer such a loss may be able to obtain compensation and justice for their loved ones through a wrongful death lawsuit.
At Villarreal & Begum, LAW GUNS, our Laredo wrongful death attorneys sympathize with those who lose family members to preventable accidents. While no amount of money can make up for your loss, a successful wrongful death claim can provide the sense of closure and justice that your family deserves, as well as provide you with the financial resources to help you move forward.
Villarreal & Begum, LAW GUNS’s wrongful death attorneys near you provide:
Contact us today to speak with a knowledgeable Laredo wrongful death lawyer. We charge no upfront legal fees to investigate and file your wrongful death claim, and at Villarreal & Begum, LAW GUNS, our Loredo personal injury attorneys will only get paid if we recover compensation for you.
At Villarreal & Begum, LAW GUNS, we understand the difficulty of deciding whether to pursue a wrongful death claim. Our goal is to take the legal burden and stress of a wrongful death claim off of you, allowing you to focus on your health and your family.
Villarreal & Begum, LAW GUNS’s wrongful death attorneys do the following and more on your behalf:
Let our Loredo wrongful death attorneys use their knowledge, experience, and resources to hold the at-fault party(s) responsible for the harm they caused you and your family. Schedule a complimentary consultation with Villarreal & Begum, LAW GUNS now.
Wrongful death is a death due to the negligent, willful, or wrongful act, omission, or fault of another. A wrongful death claim is an insurance claim for monetary compensation by a family member or representative of a deceased person’s estate.
Wrongful death claims generally arise from personal injury accidents and are separate from criminal prosecutions.
In Laredo, wrongful death claims can be filed by close family members of the deceased person or a representative of the deceased’s estate. The only family members who can file wrongful death claims in Laredo are the deceased person’s spouse, parents, and children, including adoptive parents and children. A parent may file a wrongful death claim on behalf of a child under the age of eighteen.
If you would like to learn more about wrongful death claims in Laredo, contact the experienced attorneys at Villarreal & Begum, LAW GUNS. Our legal team will review your loved one’s case, answer your questions about wrongful death claims, and address your concerns. We want to help set your mind at ease as we advance with your case.
Let Villarreal & Begum, LAW GUNS help you and your family hold any negligent parties accountable for the death of your loved one and secure the compensation you need to continue with your lives as comfortably as possible in the face of your tragedy.