It is understandable that a person who has suffered the untimely death of a loved one due to another person’s negligence or wrongful actions would want to seek justice in the matter. If you have survived the wrongful death of a family member in Texas, whose life was ended because of another person’s negligence, you are entitled to seek financial redress for the damages associated with the incident. While the loss of human life is not replaceable, it can help alleviate the stress and grief connected to a loved one’s death to know that compensation is available that can offset the costs one has incurred because of the accident and death.
At B. L. Jensen, L.P., we are dedicated to representing clients in a variety of wrongful death cases in the Houston area. Attorney Jensen has more than three decades of experience assisting those who choose to pursue legal action against any party or parties deemed at fault in the death of a family member. Amidst one’s grief, the thought of investigating the details of an accident or filing piles of paperwork to document a case can bring further burden to an already stressful situation. Our legal team can do the paperwork for you, allowing you more time to grieve and heal alongside your family.
Whether your loved one was killed in an automobile accident, a tragedy in his or her workplace or through some form of medical malpractice, the law firm of B.L. Jensen, L. P. is prepared to conduct a thorough investigation into the events leading up to the death so as to determine all possible sources of financial relief in your case. We will help you pursue full and maximum compensation on behalf of your deceased family member. Acting as your personal legal advocate, we are committed to providing aggressive and effective litigation in court.
If you are seeking to hold an individual or corporation liable for the death of your child, spouse or parent in Texas, you might wish to schedule a free consultation through the Jensen law office. State law list the statutory of limitations for filing a claim under such circumstances as two years. Therefore, it is typically most prudent to contact an attorney as soon as possible after the wrongful death of your loved one has occurred.