Handling Wrongful Death Cases in Fort Worth, Texas – Series Recap
This post concludes our series on the handling of wrongful death cases in Fort Worth and throughout Texas. We decided to write on this topic due to the fact that many people often do not know what to expect through this process especially after a tragic loss. We cannot stress enough the importance of retaining an attorney experienced in handling these types of cases.
We addressed several topics in our recent posts. Subjects we have looked at included:
- How damages are calculated in a Texas wrongful death case
- Punitive damages in a wrongful death case
- The process of taking a Fort Worth, Texas wrongful death case to trial
These are important topics to understand for several reasons. First, proving damages in a wrongful death case can be far more complicated than in many other personal injury matters. Experts are often brought into the case to assess the economic losses. If liability is in dispute, an expert such as an accident reconstructionist may be necessary to recreate the incident for a jury. Trials in such matters can be lengthy as there will typically be numerous experts, on both sides, who testify. These are all issues which should be understood before hiring an attorney. It is crucial to hire a law firm with the necessary resources to fully handle your case. Our Fort Worth wrongful death lawyers have extensive experience in handling these cases. Noteboom – The Law Firm has been handling wrongful death cases throughout Texas for decades. We have the resources necessary to take your case to trial. We employ our own in-house private investigator and have an extensive support staff to see that all of your needs are met. We are ready to assist you. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation. We handle these cases in all Texas counties including Tarrant, Dallas, Johnson, and Wise counties as well as Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Haltom City, Richland Hills, North Richland Hills, Watauga, Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake, Arlington, Keller, Grand Prairie, and Dallas, and Fort Worth.