What Is The Statute Of Limitations For Wrongful Death?

After suffering the loss of a loved one, it is likely you and your family are dealing with many emotions. We understand you have overwhelming grief. What about anger? Confusion? Those feelings are completely normal. You may be questioning why this accident happened and who is responsible.

Puls Haney PLLC is a law firm based in Fort Worth that seeks justice for individuals and families throughout Texas. Our lead attorneys are among the top-ranked in Texas. We not only have a successful record of accomplishment in wrongful death claims, but we offer the kind of personalized, experienced legal guidance your family needs right now.

By law, there are time limits for filing a wrongful death lawsuit. In Texas, a surviving spouse, child or parent must file suit within two years of the death. There are specific circumstances where the time limits may not apply. A consultation with our lawyers can determine whether the statute of limitations applies in your case.

What Do Damages Include?

If a verdict or settlement is reached in your favor, damages could be awarded to a surviving spouse, child or parent for:

  • Loss of income
  • Future inheritance
  • Medical costs
  • Funeral costs

We Are Committed To Seeking Justice

The first step in moving forward is scheduling a consultation. Contact the firm at 817-338-1717. If you prefer, you may send us an email to get started. We will listen to the details of your circumstances and offer honest, compassionate guidance. A consultation with our personal injury law attorneys is free. You pay no fees until we reach a monetary award for you.