Losing a loved one unexpectedly in a tragic wrongful death accident can be quite a shock to you and your family. The emotional trauma after the loss of a spouse, child or sibling can be crippling for many people. The last thing you want to consider while you’re grieving is legal action. That’s where a Dallas wrongful death lawyer at The Goolsby Law Firm comes in.

We’ve been servicing the legal needs of residents in the North Texas area for more than 11 years. We’ll take your case from beginning to end so that you can concentrate on healing. We understand how personal this time is and that the financial and emotional losses associated with a wrongful death of a loved one can have lasting effects on the family. That’s why we’ll deal directly with insurance companies to get you the maximum settlement possible under the law.

Wrongful death claims can be filed due to a variety of accidents, including workplace accidentsslip and falls, construction site accidents and auto accidents. Basically, wrongful death is defined as any fatality caused by the negligence, strict liability or willful act of a person, business, partnership, or government entity. Most personal injury cases involve proving negligence: the willful inaction or disregard for the standard procedure.

For example, a shipping company is considered negligent if it fails to regularly service a delivery truck, causing the brakes to fail and the truck to crash and kill another driver. Or, an employer could be held responsible for deaths caused by knowingly allowing workers to use equipment that is outdated or dangerous.

At The Goolsby Law Firm our Dallas wrongful death lawyers know it’s our job to prove negligence to get you compensation to cover the costs of a funeral, burial expenses, medical bills and other damages suffered as a result of the wrongful death of a loved one in the Dallas area. Call us at 972-394-2141 or on to set up a consultation for your case. The initial meeting is free and we work on a contingent fee basis, which means we don’t get paid unless you recover damages for your loss.