The death of a family member is always difficult, no matter the cause. The last thing a grieving family wants to think about is taking on the legal system to achieve justice. Liggett Law Group will care about your loss, and we promise that our wrongful death attorneys in Lubbock, Texas, will carefully and compassionately communicate with you about your legal rights.
When a loved one is killed due to the negligence of another individual or company, a wrongful death claim may be made on their behalf. The wrongful death statute allows for close relatives of the deceased to file a claim against the individual or entity that put in motion or caused the death of your loved one. Often a wrongful death claim can also be filed jointly with other claims, including medical malpractice, gross negligence, premises liability, or products liability to name a few.
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