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When An Accident Takes Away Someone You Love

No death seems right, but when another’s negligence is the cause of a loved one’s death, you have options. If somebody in your family has died due to someone’s negligence, you have the right to seek justice, at least from a financial standpoint.

While no amount of money can replace what you have lost, a wrongful death action can help you and your family obtain financial security for the future. A compassionate and experienced wrongful death attorney will handle the paperwork and other details of a lawsuit against the responsible party so you can concentrate on healing.

B. L. Jensen, L.P., is a law firm dedicated to representing individuals in personal injury and wrongful death claims throughout the Houston area. Clients work directly with our attorneys so that we get to know each claim and client personally. It is that personal connection — along with 40 years of legal experience — that enables our legal team to pursue full and just compensation on behalf of family members who have lost loved ones in all variety of personal injury accidents, including:

  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Bus accidents
  • Work accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • Burn injuries and other severe injuries
  • Dog bites and other premises liability accidents

What Is Wrongful Death?

Wrongful death is “a claim in common law against a person or corporation that may be held liable for the death of a spouse, child or parent.” The intentional act or negligence of a wrongdoer would fall under the term’s definition. Deaths caused by a reckless driver or a doctor’s negligence are examples of wrongful deaths.

You Have Limited Time To Bring A Wrongful Death Claim

Bear in mind there is a time limit within which you may file the claim. Typically, in Texas, you have a maximum of two years from the time of death within which to file your claim. However, it is recommended that you engage an attorney as close in time to the fatal accident as possible so we can preserve the evidence and testimony that could prove vital to your case.

Call Now To Schedule A Free Consultation With No Obligation

If your loved one was lost in a fatal accident, contact us online or call us at or 832-460-3366 toll free to schedule a free consultation. With our experience and client-focused representation, you can rest assured that we will stand by your side while seeking the just compensation you need to move forward.

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