Multiple plaintiffs are seeking compensation in a lawsuit arising out of a fire that occurred recently in an 11-story high-rise apartment building located in the city of Castle Hills. The fire, which gutted the third floor of the Wedgewood Senior Living apartments, resulted in at least five deaths, dozens of injuries, and the loss of their homes for all of the surviving residents.
When a loved has passed away unexpectedly and possibly because of the actions of another, it can feel like your entire world has been placed off its axis. The first thing to do is to go through the grieving process; but at some point, particularly if the death was needless and caused by the negligent actions of someone else, you will need to decide whether to hold that individual or group of people accountable.
Around the country, people are affected by unintentional injuries and wrongful deaths every day. According to the Centers for Disease Control, unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death for individuals between the ages of infancy to 44-years-old.
Driving in the state of Texas can be a dangerous activity. Although most drivers take the responsibility seriously and drive with proper regard for their own safety as well as others on the road, accidents still happen.
A traffic accident, whether it takes the form of a multi-vehicle pile-up, a single-vehicle crash or contact with a bicycle or a pedestrian, is a serious incident for anyone involved, especially if it leads to injury or death.
The death of a child is absolutely the worst possible scenario that can be faced by any parent. Even those of us who do not have our own children can imagine the extreme, lasting pain and heartache that situation would cause. Therefore, whenever we hear the tragic tale of a young child’s death, our hearts immediately pour out sympathy for the family.
There are few things as devastating as the loss of a loved one due to another person’s negligence. During a time of extreme grief, family and friends of victims may not know where to turn for comfort or what their legal options are.