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Can I bring a wrongful death suit against an employer?

The process for seeking fair compensation when a person is injured on the job is relatively straightforward, and many people have at least a passing understanding of the workers' compensation claim process. But what happens if a person dies at work? Should the surviving family rely on workers' compensation death benefits or pursue a wrongful death suit?

Understand what a wrongful death lawsuit can accomplish

We've recently discussed some points about car accident injuries. In some cases, those injuries might be fatal. When a fatal car accident occurs, there are family members who are left behind to grieve the loss of their loved one. This is a difficult situation because the pressure to cover the funeral expenses and other normal life expenses might come crashing in while you are still trying to process your loss.

Drunk driving accidents in Texas: Statistics and remedies for victims

Car manufacturers have embraced a number of changes in recent years. Advances have been included in vehicles that can help keep cars within their own lane, can cause a vehicle to stop automatically to avoid an accident and can even warn a driver if he or she is becoming drowsy.

Intoxicated driver causes wrongful death near rodeo grounds

A defendant has already been identified in a fatal crash that occurred near Houston's NRG Stadium on March 7. The wrongful death crash left one victim dead after the at-fault driver struck another car and then ran into buses that were being used for transportation for rodeo attendees. The at-fault driver, age 43, is being charged with intoxication manslaughter. He is thought to have been drunk at the time of the collision.

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