Car Accident Attorney: Texas Survival Statute:
Texas Survival Statute Lawsuit filed by estate post mortem to seek damages for victim’s suffering
When a person is injured in an accident, he or she is usually eligible to sue for personal injury. The victim can seek compensation for his or her medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages from time spent away from work or from a job loss due to the injury. But if the accident victim dies before he or she can file a lawsuit, the victim’s estate or surviving family members can sue under the Texas survival statute. This statute allows the family to seek compensation for the exact same damages for which the victim was eligible to be compensated. This type of lawsuit is similar to a wrongful death suit, but instead of seeking compensation for the family’s suffering, a survival statute lawsuit seeks compensation for the victim’s suffering. More on this website
If your family has lost a member and you wish to seek compensation on his or her behalf, our Texas attorneys can help. We have twenty years of experience helping families file Texas survival statute lawsuits and we know how to overcome the legal challenges associated with these cases. Contact the auto accident injury attorneys at our firm and let us ensure that your family receives the compensation it needs.
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