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West Texas Spinal Injury Attorney

What if My Loved One Died from a Spinal Injury?

Spinal injuries can be among the most serious of all injuries. Sadly, they sometimes lead to death. When someone dies suddenly, they leave their family emotionally devastated, of course. But their loved ones may also find themselves without the deceased’s income and other contributions.

At the Hanna Law Firm, we can help survivors file a wrongful death lawsuit against the parties responsible for their family member’s death. In order to file a wrongful death lawsuit, you must be a close relative. Generally, spouses, children, and parents of the victim may file. Damages in a wrongful death case include economic and non-economic losses. For example:

  • Medical bills connected to the accident that caused death
  • Funeral expenses
  • Loss of income
  • Loss of an inheritance
  • Loss of services provided by the victim
  • Loss of companionship and consortium
  • Mental anguish.

Call the West Texas Spinal Cord Injury Lawyers at the Hanna Law Firm

If you or your loved one has suffered a spinal injury in West Texas and you believe that someone else is to blame, it is important to call an attorney to discuss your situation as soon as possible. Spinal injury cases carry a statute of limitations of two years. That means claims must be filed within two years from the date of the accident, so you should be working with a lawyer well before that deadline.

At the Hanna Law Firm, our lawyers are experienced professionals and compassionate people who are dedicated to every client. We are thorough in our research and committed to fighting for every penny you deserve. We negotiate hard and will help you take the responsible parties to court, if that’s what it takes to get justice.

Call 206-429-6931 for a free initial consultation at the office most convenient to you. We are located in Abilene, Odessa, Sweetwater, and Midland. We don’t get paid unless you do, so you have nothing to lose.