Wrongful Death Lawyers In Corpus Christi
At Webb Cason, we know that going on with life after the sudden loss of a loved one is a uniquely painful challenge, especially if their death occurred because of someone’s negligence. If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence or reckless acts of another party, you may be legally entitled to financial compensation. At Webb Cason, our wrongful death attorneys are ready to help you secure any monetary recompense you are legally due so that your family can mourn without the added trouble of financial distress.
Our fee is simple. If we don’t win your case, you don’t pay us anything. Until we win, we work for free. Under no circumstances, will you ever be out of pocket.
What is a Wrongful Death?
A wrongful death is defined as the death of a person caused by the negligence or willfulness of another party.
Some common causes of wrongful deaths are:
If your loved one passed away and you suspect it could have somehow been prevented, or was due to another person’s negligence, contact a lawyer as soon as possible. At Webb Cason, we take our role of seeking justice for our clients very seriously.
Why Hire A Wrongful Death Lawyer?
When you have lost a loved one, the thought of dealing with money can be extremely difficult. The wrongful death lawyers at Webb Cason understand this and we believe that is why it is important to have an experienced and compassionate advocate to do the hard work of holding the responsible party accountable for their actions.
After your loss, you could be dealing with:
Loss of income
At Webb Cason, we can look at your case with a clear head during this traumatic time for you and your family. We can thoroughly examine every possible route of recovery. We can hire experts who specialize in investigating cases such as yours. At Webb Cason, we have the knowledge and the skill to obtain the compensation you deserve.
Who Can Sue For Wrongful Death in Texas?
Texas law makes answering the question of who can sue a little difficult. In our state, the only people who can sue for wrongful death are the deceased’s children, spouse or parents. This means that brothers and sisters, grandparents, friends and unmarried romantic partners have no legal recourse if their loved one dies because of someone else’s negligence. This rule gets more complicated, though, in the case of common law marriages, separations, stepparents, foster parents and adopted children. In most cases, a common law spouse or the separated spouse can bring a wrongful death case. Stepparents and foster parents are not permitted to bring wrongful death suits, though parents of legally adopted children can bring a suit. A child who has been adopted is only permitted to bring a wrongful death suit for his or her adopted parents, not their biological parents.