On Monday March 15 a tragic accident in Cypress TX claimed the lives of two people. According to police a Kia was stopped for an unknown reason on a highway when it was allegedly struck by another vehicle. The Kia flipped over and landed in the median. A passenger in the Kia died at the scene and the driver died at a nearby hospital. Police are still investigating the accident.
Losing a family member in an accident is a terrible tragedy. When this kind of accident is caused by another person family members of the victims may wish to sue for wrongful death. Unfortunately this is never easy. I have spent twenty years working on wrongful death lawsuits and I have seen people go to great lengths to avoid accepting responsibility for an accident. But ultimately the law is on your side and with the help of an experienced wrongful death attorney you can be sure that those responsible for your family members death are brought to justice.
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