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No matter what the circumstances are, losing a loved one is hard. That difficulty is made all the worse when someone else is responsible for their death.
You may be facing the loss of income, inheritance, and the care and support your loved one provided for you.
You may want justice.
Biggs & Greenslade can help. We’re a personal injury law firm that represents East Texans in wrongful death suits.
Let us help you find justice for your loved one. Contact our offices today to schedule a free case evaluation.
A former marine and district prosecutor, Kenneth Biggs has been involved with hundreds of trials. That trial experience ensures he’s able to fight for his clients should the case go to court.
With over a decade spent defending insurance companies, John Greenslade understands the opposition and uses that knowledge to provide aggressive advocacy for each of his clients.
Annie Northcutt spent her career fighting for the Anderson County Department of Family and Protective Services, and she brings her clients compassionate and fierce advocacy.
Almost 5 thousand Texans died in a motor vehicle crash in 2021. If you lost a loved one because someone else caused an accident, Biggs & Greenslade can help.
Commercial vehicles can devastate passenger vehicles, leaving death, disfigurement, and disability in their wake. Let us help you get compensation for everything you’ve lost.
Workplace accidents can be contentious, especially if they involve the loss of life. Biggs & Greenslade will fight to get justice for your loved one’s workplace injury.
Property owners are responsible for ensuring that visitors are safe on their property. Should they fail to do so, they may be liable for injuries and deaths on their property.
Manufactures should protect consumers from faulty products, and should they fail in that duty they may be held financially liable for damages–including death.
If someone is responsible for the death of a loved one, you may be able to file a wrongful death suit. Biggs & Greenslade will help you determine if you can and represent you when you do.
Texas law allows only a select few individuals to file a wrongful death lawsuit:
Should none of the above decide to file a wrongful death suit within 3 months, the executor of the deceased’s estate may elect to do so.
Unfortunately, these are the only individuals who can file a suit. Siblings, non-married romantic partners, grandparents, and other relations cannot.
The person responsible for your loved one’s death can be held financially liable for any medical or funeral expenses resulting from the accident that led to your loved one’s death.
You may depend on your loved one’s income for survival, and losing it can put you and your family in jeopardy. Biggs & Greenslade can help secure your future.
A parent or spouse provides a variety of services to a household, including domestic services and others. The responsible party may be held liable for the loss of those services.
A spouse, parent, or child provides emotional support, care, love, and other things that are difficult or impossible to quantify, but the responsible party is financially liable for their loss.
The mental anguish and emotional pain of a loved one’s loss can’t be quantified, but judges and juries often award surviving family members compensation for that pain.
Judges and juries may award what’s commonly known as “punitive damages” in cases where the guilty party is extremely negligent. If appropriate, we’ll fight to ensure they do.
If you lost a loved one, no amount of money can truly compensate you for your pain. BIggs & Greenslade’s team are standing by to help you find justice, closure, and the financial security you need to start the slow process of healing.
Contact our offices today to schedule your free case evaluation.