Texas Attorney Representing Family Members after Fatal Motorcycle Accidents
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Losing a family member, especially next of kin (husband, wife, mother, father, son or daughter) nearly always brings shock and grief. When the cause of death is a fatal accident such as a car-motorcycle accident or motorcycle-pedestrian accident, suddenly there are many calamities and challenges to deal with simultaneously. These can include:
- Emergency medical care for the fatal injury, if applicable
- The pain of mourning
- Loss of the deceased person's love and companionship
- Loss of his or her practical and monetary contributions to the family
- Funeral and burial costs
- Need for resolution of legal issues related to the accident
- Insurance coverage
- Determination of fault
- Investigation and analysis
- Pursuit of injury claim and/or wrongful death lawsuit
- Property damage claim when the motorcycle or car involved has a high dollar value
Many grieving family members do not want to face issues such as legal claims and dollar valuation of losses at a time when intangible losses weigh heavily on their hearts.
However, a prompt investigation very often helps maximize compensation received from any and all sources. For this reason, a skilled personal injury lawyer can help bring some degree of relief to the family at this time, while also working vigorously to maximize compensation from all sources. This holds true whether the cause of death was a cycle head injury or some other factor.
We are truly sorry for your loss if your family member was killed in a motorcycle accident in Texas or out of state. We are also confident that we can help your family at this difficult time. We're both devoted bikers and dedicated professionals, here to help you with legal and financial matters related to the accident. Call or e-mail the law offices to schedule a consultation. Talk to a lawyer at Adame Biker Law to learn what we can do for your family after a deadly crash.
Contact the law offices of Adame Biker Law to schedule a free initial consultation after your loved one has died in a motorcycle accident in Texas or elsewhere.