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How to sue for wrongful death in Texas

All it takes is one bad decision to change the lives of numerous people. A fatal car accident in Texas often results from one person making the wrong choice. Whether that is speeding, drinking and driving or not following any other road law, that choice can alter your...

What you need to know about loss of consortium

Interpersonal relationships make life meaningful. When you married your spouse, you likely planned for a lifetime of love and affection. If you have parents or children, you also probably rely on them for a variety of types of emotional support. When someone close to...

Who can sue for wrongful death in Texas?

In Texas, thanks to the state’s wrongful death statute, any spouse, child or parent of a person who died or was killed due to the negligence or misconduct of another can sue for damages. Of course, the devil is in the details. Exactly who can sue A wrongful death suit...

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