Have You Lost a Loved One in a Wrongful Death Accident?
When negligence causes an injury, your pain and suffering can also be intensified by financial hardship. After an accident or death, there are often medical bills and lost income. Yet the bills continue to come in and the world seems to go on.
If you have lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence on the roadway, or in a work or recreational accident, you may have legal recourse. This is especially true if the death was preventable by safety measures or caused by someone else’s negligence or equipment, tool or machine malfunction.
A Respected and Experienced Wrongful Death Attorney
Attorney Larry P. McDougal Sr. understands the difficulty of your loss. In cases of loss, he offers skilled and compassionate guidance through the recovery and compensation process. He will seek justice for you and protect you from financial loss and hardship. Larry is highly trained and has extensive experience with injury and wrongful death, perhaps more than any other attorney: He has investigated over 1,000 Texas accidents. Larry also earned a certificate in accident reconstruction from Texas A&M. He is committed to resolving your case and to helping you obtain peace of mind.
Third-Party Claims in Wrongful Death
If your loved one was seriously injured or killed as the result of a machine or tool malfunctioning at work, our team will pursue compensation from the responsible parties. Even if you received workers’ compensation, you may still be eligible for added compensation from the manufacturer of the equipment or another third party.
Compensation can be used for:
- Past medical care, hospital and services
- Funeral expenses
- Lost wages and pensions
- Loss of companionship or consortium for a spouse and children
An Attorney Who Works for You
When it’s finally time to take the next step, turn to our personal injury attorneys at The Law Office of Larry McDougal. We will work hard to ensure you get the compensation due to you, whether that means tough negotiation or taking your case to trial. We are on your side and passionate about helping you.
Richmond attorney Larry P. McDougal Sr. wasn’t always an attorney. He spent 11 years as a police officer and seven of those as an accident investigator and reconstructionist.