We understand that no amount of money can replace your loved one. However, we understand the value of pursuing a claim to help your family maintain financial stability during an often uncertain time.
You have rights, and we will take the steps to protect them. Contact us when you are ready to discuss your case in a free initial consultation.
Compassionate, Dedicated Guidance In Wrongful Death Claims
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were more than 3,000 reported motor vehicle deaths in Texas in 2011.* The families of crash victims and other fatal personal injury victims are entitled by law to pursue a wrongful death claim against responsible parties. Our San Antonio wrongful death attorney and his team protect your rights to obtain maximum compensation for:
- Emotional suffering and personal loss (loss of consortium)
- Economic losses such as future income lost
- Funeral expenses
- Damages incurred for any medical treatment or life-saving maneuvers prior to death
- Pain and suffering
When you retain our firm, we provide the diligent, compassionate representation your family needs right now. Our experience legal team takes on the burden of managing your claim, negotiating with insurance companies on your behalf so you can concentrate on taking care of your family. We will keep you fully informed of all developments as they happen and remain accessible by phone, email and in-person lawyer consultations as needed throughout the process.
Many wrongful death claims resolve through settlement, but we always prepare cases from the beginning as if they will go trial, in case courtroom representation becomes necessary.
Did You Lose A Loved One In A Fatal Accident? Our San Antonio Attorney Will Protect Your Family’s Rights.
For personalized representation focused on your family’s needs, contact our firm at 210-735-5000 when you are ready to discuss your case in a free initial consultation. No recovery, no fee. Se habla español.
*Crash statistics reported by the NHTSA Traffic Safety Facts 2007-2011 (www.nhtsa.dot.gov)