Wrongful Death

A wrongful death is when someone dies or is killed due to the negligence or misconduct of another. Since the injury victim is deceased, the surviving members of the victim’s family may file a wrongful death lawsuit. Brown & Brothers specializes in wrongful death cases resulting from medical malpractice.

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What is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

wrongful death attorney can assist you in filing a wrongful death claim which is a special kind of personal injury lawsuit made when someone dies due to another party’s negligence or intentional act.

People seeking an attorney to file their wrongful death claim will be considering many things, and surely one consideration is expertise. Our managing partner, Charles Brown, was recently included in the 23rd edition of Best Lawyers in America©.

Can I Be Financially Compensated for a Wrongful Death as a Result of Medical Malpractice?

When a wrongful death lawsuit is brought on there are compensatory damages, which are intended to make restitution for the amount of money lost. The term “damages” refers to the sum of money awarded by the court to compensate someone for their loss. To see what damages you may be entitled to, call Brown & Brothers, experienced Houston wrongful death attorneys.

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What Are Some Types of Wrongful Death Cases?

  • Medical Malpractice [Our firm’s specialty]
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Brown & Brothers Attorney Settles $1,425,000 Wrongful Death Case

A scheduled hysterectomy turned deadly for a middle-aged wife and mother. The attorney that handled the case says about the experience:

This was a tough case to take on, but once I met the family, I knew it was the type of case that cried out for justice, and so we agreed to throw the firm’s full weight behind representing them. Even though no amount of money can bring back a mother and a wife, I think that achieving what we did not only provides a sense of justice for the family, it also will provide money for the continued education and raising of her children.”