Wrongful Death Lawyers in Austin, Texas

Compassionate Wrongful Death Attorneys Representing Families Throughout Texas

Our Glen Larson Law wrongful death attorneys in Austin provide compassionate and dedicated legal representation for families who have lost a loved one to the negligent actions or inaction of another person, party, or entity, so they can pursue justice and compensation for their loss.

Even when a fatality is caused by direct negligence, including a drunk driver or dangerous premises, wrongful death cases are complex.

When someone loses their life to negligence in Texas we must investigate the origin of their loss, and establish the responsible party behaved in a negligent or careless manner and their behavior resulted in their loved one’s death.

Finally, we must confirm the surviving family members are the victim’s legal beneficiaries and that they experienced measurable loss due to the untimely loss of their loved one.

Our skilled wrongful death attorneys in Austin can help put the pieces of your loved one’s loss together, so you can focus on grieving with your family while we pursue the financial recovery you need to move forward.

Call (512) 883-0277 today. There is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready.

What are the Most Common Causes of Wrongful Death in Texas?

When negligence is a factor on our roadways, city streets, interstates, sidewalks, or properties, there is no limit to the ways lives can be lost by recklessness.

Some of the most common causes of wrongful death in Texas may be caused during:

If you have lost a loved one to negligence in Texas, it is important to speak with a skilled wrongful death attorney in Austin today to ensure the critical evidence needed to help strengthen your case is preserved.

Call (512) 883-0277 today. There is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready.

Who Can Pursue A Wrongful Death Case in Texas?

Texas wrongful death laws determine which family members can file a wrongful death claim against the negligent party who caused their loved one’s death.

They include:

  • Spouses, including formal or common-law spouses
  • Parents, including adoptive parents
  • Children, including adoptive children

If you have lost a loved one to negligent circumstances, contact our experienced wrongful death attorneys today to learn how we can help you pursue the financial recovery your family needs now and in the future.

What Type of Financial Recovery Can Eligible Family Members Pursue in Texas Wrongful Death Claim?

Each wrongful death claim is unique and outlined according to the total losses and the eligible family member’s needs.

That may include:

  • Medical bills incurred by the deceased before they passed away
  • Physical pain suffered by the victim before their death
  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • Loss of inheritance
  • Loss of compensation and earning capacity previously provided by the deceased
  • Loss of maintenance, companionship, care, services, support, and advice
  • Mental anguish, including emotional pain and suffering the family, endures

Contact Our Dedicated Wrongful Death Attorneys in Austin, Texas for a Free Consultation Today

If you have lost a loved one to another person or party’s negligence anywhere in the state of Texas, contact our skilled team of wrongful death lawyers in Austin today.

We will pursue the best outcome for your situation by putting our over 15 years of proven experience to work for you by being more than attorneys we are a legal team you can trust to produce dedicated, driven results.

Contact our experienced wrongful death attorneys in Austin today at (512) 883-0277 to gain access to the experience, leadership, and extended resources you need to aggressively pursue your injury case today.

Glen Larson Law stands ready to provide you with dedicated, driven results.

Frequently Asked Questions about Wrongful Death Law

How Do Texas Laws Define Wrongful Death?

Texas law defines wrongful death as the ability for eligible family members to seek compensation for any wrongful act, neglect, carelessness, unskillfulness, or default of one party which results in the death of another.

How Can I Prove My Loved One’s Death Was Caused by Negligence?

When our clients lose a loved one in vehicle collisions or other traumatic accidents, it is only human to want to know all the details of what happened, and to understand how the liable party can be held responsible.

Unfortunately, even in cases where negligence seems noticeably clear, wrongful death cases are difficult to prove without a skilled attorney.

Our Glen Larson Law wrongful death attorneys have the experience, skill, and investigative resources to secure the necessary evidence that confirms negligence was the factor in our client’s loved one’s deaths, so we can pursue the best available outcome.

Is Survival Claims the Same as Wrongful Death Claims in Texas?

Survival claims and wrongful death claims are not the same things.

A deceased person’s heir or estate representative can assert a personal injury claim in place of their deceased loved one, just as he or she would have if they survived a fatal accident.

A wrongful death claim is a separate claim based on the loss of their loved one for compensation that belongs to the deceased person’s spouse, children, and parents.


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