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Wrongful Death Case Leads To $100,000 Settlement

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Earlier this month we were happy to finally deliver closure to this family by settling the wrongful death estate of their family member.

Final settlement: $100,000

Net to clients: $45,000 to each minor son and daughter, and $10,000 to the parents of the decedent.

If you have lost a family member due to an act of negligence, you may want to see those responsible held accountable. You may want to see that this doesn’t happen to anyone else. You may want to see that you and your family get compensation for what you have been put through.

We Can Take On Wrongful Death Cases Involving Medical Malpractice

Our lawyers are focused on complex cases involving medical negligence. We have the skill, knowledge and drive to take on cases in which wrongful death was the result of a fatal error on the part of a doctor, nurse or other medical professional.

Examples of cases we can handle:

  • An injured person goes to the emergency room complaining of chest pains and is turned away, only to later suffer a fatal heart attack.
  • A doctor provides a prescription for the wrong type of drug, resulting in a fatal overdose.
  • A patient goes in for routine surgery and, due to a surgical error, dies during the procedure.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to our office, we have lawyers in Dallas, Houston, Tyler and Odessa. Feel free to reach out for a free consultation to see what your families options are.

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    Attorney Domingo Garcia has led an active civic, legal and political career. He was born in Midland, Texas and grew up in Dallas, Texas. He received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of North Texas in 1980.

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