Why Does Someone Need An Attorney To Pursue A Wrongful Death Case?
Wrongful death cases are full of pitfalls and traps. For example, in most cases, a proceeding in the probate court has to be opened to have a survivor formally appointed as the representative of the estate. There are also numerous deadlines imposed by Texas law. Additionally, expert witnesses are often needed to establish the responsibility of the wrongdoer or to prove lost earnings, household services, and inheritance.
How Quickly Should Someone Contact An Attorney?
An attorney should be contacted as soon as possible. These cases involve high emotions, so a certain amount of grieving is to be expected before contacting an attorney. The problem with waiting is that evidence will disappear, memories of witnesses will fade, etc. For these reasons, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible.
Should The Heirs Hire Separate Attorneys?
Assuming there is some level of cooperation among the heirs, and assuming a family agreement can be reached, on attorney can typically represent all of the heirs.
What Experience Does Attorney Greg Jackson Have In Dealing With Wrongful Death Cases?
Attorney Greg Jackson has handled wrongful death cases for over 20 years on both sides of the docket, meaning he has represented both the family members who lost a loved one and defendants who have caused the death of another.
What Sets The Law Firm Of Greg Jackson Apart In Handling Wrongful Death Cases?
Experience sets the law firm of Greg Jackson as well as the care given to clients. The office of Greg Jackson has been handling wrongful death cases for over two decades. Attorney Greg Jackson always put the interests of the client first, guiding them through these emotionally difficult matters.
Moreover, Greg Jackson is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
If you need to Hire An Experienced Personal Injury Attorney For A Wrongful Death Claim, call the law office of Greg Jackson for a FREE Initial Consultation at (817) 926-1003 and get the information and legal answers you’re seeking.