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Wrongful Death

Has your loved one been killed by someone else’s negligence? If they have, you are sure to have many different reactions, from grief to sadness to anger. While you don’t want to file a lawsuit purely for revenge, you do deserve compensation to cover such things as burial expenses, loss of income, medical expenses, and pain and suffering. Williams & Thorson have worked with many victims’ families to ensure that they get what is their right.

Wrongful Death Lawsuit

No matter how your loved one was killed, if it was due to someone else’s bad decision, you have certain rights. While an insurance company may offer you a settlement, it is important to not accept anything until you have had a chance to allow an attorney to look the settlement over and counsel you on the pros and cons of accepting the settlement. You want someone that you can trust with not only your situation, but with the best interests of your family.

Getting Your Rightful Compensation

Dallas area attorneys, Williams & Thorson, LLP, make it their goal to get you the maximum compensation for your family member’s wrongful death. While you may believe that filing a claim is selfish, even more selfish is not taking care of your family in the best way possible. That is why you want to get your family the damages that they have a right to. Your family will never be the same and the money cannot make up for the loss, but it can take some of the financial pressure off of you.

Car accidents and medical malpractice can be two reasons why a family member has died. If there is someone or a company that can be considered legally responsible for your family member’s death, then you have certain rights that you can exert. By choosing a law firm that specializes in personal injury and wrongful death cases, you can make sure that your rights are protected and that you are given the compensation you deserve.

If your loved one has been killed in an accident, you are sure to have questions and concerns about taking care of your family. One of these is most likely financial concerns. By contacting Williams & Thorson, LLP, you can discuss your situation and determine if filing a wrongful death claim can take some of the financial stress out of the equation. Call (972) 226-4900 or (817) 860-9000 to discuss your case.