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Wrongful death lawsuit? Call an experienced wrongful death attorney and Fort Worth Personal Injury lawyer who is ready to fight to get you the justice and compensation you deserve.
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Victim in a wrongful death cause lawsuit in Fort Worth or Tarrant County?
Has a loved died in a wrongful death cause of action in Tarrant County (Fort Worth, Arlington, Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake, North Richland Hills, Hurst-Bedford-Euless)?
Have you suffered a financial loss because of the death? Then you need to call an experienced trial attorney, former prosecutor, and Fort Worth wrongful death attorney to set up a FREE confidential consultation.
Why Choose the Law Office of Bryan P. Hoeller, PLLC?
The Law Office of Bryan P. Hoeller, PLLC can provide you with an experienced former Tarrant County prosecutor and nationally recognized wrongful death trial attorney that can begin working on your case today with no up-front costs. Bryan Hoeller was recently named a 2014 Top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association. He is an experienced trial attorney who previously worked as an Assistant District Attorney in the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office and the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office. This work experience provides him with extensive knowledge in accidents, accident reconstruction, causation (speeding, texting), negligence, intentional causes of action, alcohol-related injuries, wrongful death causes of action, personal injury that resulted from a crime (murder, assault, sexual assault).
Types of Wrongful Death Cases Your Wrongful Death Attorney Will Fight For:
- Victim in a automobile accident (car, truck, 18-wheeler, DWI or drunk driving accident). We might be able to bring a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver or the employer at fault in the accident.
- Victim of a defective product. In the case of an automobile accident, we might be able to bring a wrongful death lawsuit against the manufacturer, distributor, or installer of a faulty or dangerous part of the vehicle.
- Victim in an alcohol-related accident. Our wrongful death attorney might be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the persons who sold, served, or gave alcohol to the impaired person who caused the death.
The Basic Process in Personal Injury Litigation
Most personal injury cases in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, or Dallas County are disposed of in one of two ways:
1.) by settlement agreement, where the parties agree to a specified dollar amount without going to trial (i.e. typically to compensate for medical bills and injuries, death, or loss), or
2.) by trial, where both your wrongful death attorney and the attorney for the other side present their case to a jury or the judge and the jury or judge decides the outcome (i.e. what happened? who is at fault? is there any damages? how much are the damages?).
We will Fight for Our Clients
Whether through settlement agreement or trial, our clients know that they will have an experienced wrongful death attorney on their side that is going to work hard and fight for them each step of the way. Our goal is achieve justice for our clients and to do our best to get them the compensation they deserve for their loss.