One can only imagine the intense grief associated with learning that a car accident has taken the life of a son or daughter. When a fatal accident is determined to have been caused by motorist negligence of some sort, a grieving parent may have questions about where to seek support. Beyond the obvious need for emotional support, many Texas parents have need of legal guidance when they want to discuss how to file wrongful death claims in court.
If a child succumbed to accident injuries some time after a initial collision, there may have been extensive medical care rendered before death. The cost of the care may catch parents unaware, many of whom are unprepared to meet such debt. No grief-stricken parent should be forced to bear the brunt of expenses associated with an accident that resulted in a child's death caused by another person's error.
The person deemed responsible for the fatal collision can be held accountable through monetary judgment in court. By acting alongside experienced and aggressive representation, a parent can pursue justice on behalf of a deceased child. In addition to medical bills, funeral expenses and emotional pain and suffering, other damages can often be included in a claim.
At Marynell Maloney Law Firm, PLLC, we are committed to helping you seek compensation for the damages you have suffered in connection with a fatal accident. We understand there is no adequate replacement for the life of your precious child. We also know that any financial stress you are experiencing because of the situation may be alleviated through a successful wrongful death claim litigated in a Texas civil court, and we are prepared to help you through the process.