Any time a Texan gets into a motor vehicle, he or she is at risk for a car accident. Of course, this is likely not at the forefront of Texas drivers' minds as they travel to work, school and other destinations during their everyday lives. Nonetheless, fatal car accidents happen all too often, and sometimes occur in the form of head-on collisions, as this blog reported in a previous post.
When a family has lost a loved one in a deadly car accident, they are likely reeling from the emotional trauma. Additionally, there may be costly financial realities to contend with, including medical and funeral expenses. When a person's death has been due to the negligence of another, as is often the case when a driver has caused a head-on collision, a family may have options for legal recourse to help them rebuild.
The attorneys of Reed & Terry, L.L.P., have extensive legal experience successfully representing families following the untimely deaths of their loved ones in car accidents. The firm's attorneys have pursued wrongful death lawsuits with the goal of obtaining compensation for both the economic and non-economic losses that families have suffered. In addition to medical expenses, family members may be able to recover damages for lost income, as well as loss of companionship or loss of consortium.
The firm's attorneys have helped families navigate the sometimes confusing and daunting legal world after an accident. This may begin to help a family recover. For additional information about how the firm of Reed & Terry, L.L.P., can assist a family who has lost a loved one in a fatal motor vehicle accident, please visit our webpage.