When a Car Accident Takes a Loved One
Contact Our Austin Automobile Accident Attorney to Seek Justice
Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult challenges that anyone can face. Losing a loved one in an accident that could have been avoided heightens that pain.
At The Law Offices of Aaron Allison, our Austin automobile accident attorney cannot begin to imagine the loss that our clients face. However, our law firm wants to help you in any way that we can. As a personal injury law firm in Austin that specializes in personal injury, we only take cases with a strong chance of recovering financial damages. You will be working directly with wrongful death attorney Aaron Allison throughout the duration of your case. Our law firm handles every aspect of your case, so you do not have to focus on anything but your physical recovery. We will work to uncover all of the facts of your case, including identifying and holding accountable all responsible parties. For a free consultation, you can call us now at (512) 474-8346.
Common Fatal Car Accidents in Austin
Some of the more common types of fatal auto accidents include:
- Single vehicle accidents
- Rollover accidents
- Drunk driver accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Bus accidents
If any of the above accidents took the life of your loved one, then we can investigate the case and find out who is responsible. A verdict or settlement can help cover medical bills, funeral costs, lost wages and loss of future earning potential. Money is of course no substitute for a tragic loss. However, it can allow for a more stable future as you move forward with your life.
Contact the Austin Wrongful Death Attorney at The Law Offices of Aaron Allison
Losing someone you love in a fatal auto accident can be the beginning of one of the most challenging times in your life. To schedule a free consultation, call (512) 474-8346 or contact our Austin lawyer online.
Our fees depend on securing compensation for you. If you do not receive a verdict or settlement in your favor, then you owe no attorney fees.