Seguin Who Has the Legal Right to Represent the Deceased
Wrongful death cases were created in order to protect the rights and the well being of the family members of the victim. In wrongful death cases of negligent conduct or breach of warranty, the survivors or the administrator of the deceased's estate may bring an action for damages. In filing a wrongful death claim a family member; heir or estate administrator can seek economic compensation, noneconomic compensation, and punitive damages.
Economic compensation can include medical expenses, funeral expenses, lost wages, and probable future earnings. Noneconomic compensation can include damages suffered by the survivors. For example a spouse would includes the loss of comfort, and a child may recover loss of consortium for losing a parent.
At the law offices of Carabin & Shaw we understand what a difficult time you and your family are going through as a result of the sudden loss of your loved one. We also understand that there is no amount of compensation that can be awarded that will replace your loss, but we also understand the hardship that a wrongful death can put on the family of the victim. You may be faced with medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and funeral expenses incurred as a direct result of the passing of your loved one. Call us today and we will aggressively fight to get you the justice you deserve and get you the compensation that you need to rebuild your life.
Losing a loved one can leave you feeling confused and helpless let us help you to hold the responsible party to be accountable for their negligent actions. We offer free consultations; contact us today via email, or by phone at 830.303.2288 day or night.Free consultation ▪ Se Habla Español ▪ Contact us day or night: 830.303.2288