Tag: Wrongful Death

A recent city audit has revealed that the City of Austin has failed to use important crash information to improve public safety. Some of the most telling information out of the Transportation Effectiveness Audit includes: The city did not coordinate with city departments and external partners on a transportation system, including

After Austin experienced 102 traffic deaths in 2015, setting a new record, the city was included in the Vision Zero Focus Cities program, joining Chicago, New York, and Washington, D.C. Getting its start in Sweden in October of 1997, Vision Zero is a national traffic safety program that tries to reduce or completely eliminate traffic fat

The year 2015 was a horrible year for drivers in the Austin area. Last year Austin, TX broke the record for the number of fatalities related to driving accidents with 102 traffic-related deaths. When compared to 2014 this number has nearly doubled.   What’s Causing The Increase In Traffic Related Deaths? The increase in traffi

Thursday, June 25, 2015

"Wrongful death" denotes is a particular type of offense that, while not necessarily criminal, can result in legal action against individuals, companies or government entities. Those who have lost family members in a variety of ways may seek financial compensation from the party whose actions resulted in the death, but they will need the

The term wrongful death is used to describe the untimely death of a person from causes that resulted from negligence or intentional harm that wouldn’t have otherwise occurred had the person not been subjected to that negligence or harm. Wrongful death claims can be brought in car accident cases and other types of personal injury cases.

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