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Meeting You Where You Are Following Wrongful Death

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Though one may learn about the complexities of grief and loss as one grows older, the truth of the matter is that a person will not be able to understand the feeling completely without experiencing it themselves. Indeed, it is difficult to come to terms with the permanency of a loved one’s death, and learning that this death could have been avoided can add anger, frustration, and fury to the already complex emotions loved ones are experiencing. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX catastrophic injury attorneys discuss the importance of meeting clients where they are and helping them through and beyond their wrongful death claim.

Confronting the Unimaginable

Losing a loved one — be it a parent, sibling, child, or spouse — is a tragedy to befall anyone. It is a heavy and complex thing to process, and there is no single correct way to grieve. The process is a universal experience unique to everyone, and trying to wrap one’s brain around what happened can be a complicated and difficult thing to do. In situations where another party is involved or at fault for an accident that leads to your loved one’s wrongful death, it can also add the additional burden of having to prove negligence on their part through the legal process.

In most states, there is a period of time in which an eligible party can file a wrongful death claim following the accident in question. This is known as the statute of limitations. The exact time-frame for your matter will depend on your state’s laws and a few other factors that can only accurately be determined by an educated attorney.

Having to confront the reality of your loss can be further complicated by the intricacies of the legal process, and as such, we recommend seeking advice from a trusted catastrophic injury attorney. Give our team a call to learn more about this process today.

Detailing Your Options

Our goal as your attorneys is to help you achieve the just compensation you are owed following an accident resulting in a catastrophic injury. To ensure you not only understand your possible outcomes but receive the best quality of representation as well, we take care to listen carefully during your initial consultation and ask important questions. From here, we will discuss the pros and cons of your case, your timeline, how we can help, and what your options are for moving forward in the legal process.

Supporting You Through This Process

Our clients are much more than just case numbers to us. We recognize the gravity of the situation and the impact it has on you and your family. As such, we meet our clients where they are with empathy and support. Transparency and communication are also important to us, and we strive to get back to our clients within 24 hours from contact should we be in court or unable to answer the initial call.

Learn More Today

Losing a loved one is a difficult process, but you do not have to handle every step on your own. Contact Crain Brogdon LLP in Dallas, TX by calling (214) 522-9404 to schedule your free initial consultation with our team and learn how we can represent you through your wrongful death claim.

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Attorney Quentin Brogdon

Quentin Brogdon has over thirty years of experience and expertise in the field of personal injury trial law. He is board certified in both personal injury trial law and civil trial advocacy. Quentin has received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest possible rating. This rating reflects an attorney’s ethics and abilities according to reviews from fellow attorneys. [ Attorney Bio ]

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