Beaumont Wrongful Death Lawyer

Seek Compensation for the Loss of a Loved One

Accidents that result in personal injury, or even catastrophic injury, are bad enough. Unfortunately, they can be even worse when an innocent victim loses their life. At Brasher Law Firm, PLLC, we understand that no amount of money can compensate for the death of a family member; however, we do believe that the person responsible for the accident should be held accountable and should be required to cover any financial loss and emotional damages that you have suffered. Fatalities caused by the legal fault of another person are grounds for a wrongful death claim, which allows the immediate family and dependents of the victim to recover damages caused by the loss of their loved one.
Individuals eligible to file a wrongful death claim include:
  • Immediate relatives – spouses, children, and parents of unmarried children
  • Adopted children – can file for adoptive parents, but cannot file for biological parents
  • Adoptive parents – can file claim for wrongful death of adopted child
  • Personal representatives/executor of estate – if family does not file within three months
An eligible individual must file a wrongful death claim within two years of the death, or it will not be heard in court. Our wrongful death attorneys understand that you are anxious to put the complicated legal matters surrounding the death of your loved one behind you so that you can begin to heal, and we want to help you expedite and simplify the process.

Don’t Suffer Any More Than You Have To

If another person’s negligent or reckless behavior caused the death of a family member, you shouldn’t have to shoulder the financial responsibility on top of the emotional stress you’re already under. Brasher Law Firm, PLLC is dedicated to helping mitigate any financial damages a wrongful death might have caused to allow you and your family to mourn in peace.
Damages for which our attorneys will seek compensation on your behalf include:
  • Burial and funeral costs
  • Loss of income
  • Property repair and replacement
  • Loss of companionship / consortium
  • Grief counseling
  • Pain and suffering
Some of these damages have a set monetary value that can be proven through a bill or receipt, while others require the skilled representation of a personal injury trial lawyer. Our firm can provide the representation of a board-certified attorney with extensive experience in wrongful death claims. Take part in a free case evaluation to discuss your case with a Beaumont personal injury attorney and learn what we can do for you.

File a Wrongful Death Claim in Beaumont, TX

Attorney Clint Brasher has the experience and credentials you need to ensure that your wrongful death claim is handled with efficiency. As a board-certified personal injury lawyer, his determination to win fair compensation for his clients has created a mission for success among our firm. As a result of this mindset, we work on a contingency basis, which means you don’t pay us unless you win your case.
Contact an attorney from Brasher Law Firm, PLLC today to take action on your claim as soon as possible. We file suit early so that the insurance companies and defendant are hard pressed to offer a fair settlement as soon as possible. We also prepare thoroughly for trial and are always prepared to fight for the trial verdict that you need to compensate for your loss.