Corpus Christi Wrongful Death Lawyer
Texas Wrongful Death Lawyer Alex R. Hernandez Jr. 1-888-HDZLAW-8
If you have a lost a loved one to a preventable accident, then the last thing you may want to deal with is a legal claim. Even so, you may be faced with funeral costs and medical bills, financial losses that may only be exacerbated by income losses. While there is little that monetary compensation can really do, we can help you hold the responsible person accountable for their negligent actions, and we can help you pursue financial recovery in this difficult time.
WHY CHOOSE OUR WRONGFUL DEATH ATTORNEY?
- Member of the Million & Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®
- Member – National Trial Lawyers – Houston Division
- Member – Distinguished Justice Advocates
- Member – National Academy of Jurisprudence
At Alex R. Hernandez, Jr., PLLC, you can count on benefitting from the dedicated, skilled representation that you need and deserve. We can handle the legal complexities that are before you so that you are free to focus on more important matters. Discover how our legal advocates can help you file a wrongful death lawsuit when you contact us today.
CARING, TRIAL-TESTED ADVOCACY
With over a decade of experience helping clients achieve fair results in even the most complex cases, our law firm has the insights, passion, and talent to help you pursue fair compensation for your losses. Available for you 24/7, we are ready to discuss your legal options in a free case review. Let us help you find closure and seek justice.
Common Work Accidents in Texas
- Offshore Accidents
- Oil Drilling Accidents
- Chemical Plant Explosions
- Construction Accidents
- Hospital Accidents
- Work Vehicle Accidents
- Ladder Accidents
- Scaffolding Accidents
- Workplace Falls
- Accidents During Evacuation
Loggers – 128.0 deaths per 100,000 workers
Fisherman – 117.0 deaths per 100,000 workers
Pilots & Flight Engineers – 53.4 deaths per 100,000 workers
Roofers – 40.5 deaths per 100,000 workers
Structural Iron & Steel Workers – 37.0 deaths per 100,000 workers
Trash & Recyclable Material Collectors – 27.1 deaths per 100,000 workers
Electrical Power Line Installers & Repairmen – 23.0 deaths per 100,000 workers
Drivers (Including Traveling Sales People) – 22.1 deaths per 100,000 workers
Farmers, Ranchers, Agricultural Managers – 21.3 deaths per 100,000 workers
Construction Laborers – 9.5 deaths per 100,000 wor