Wrongful death claims can be subject to two statutes of limitations, which define how long someone can wait before bringing a claim. There is the limitations period on the claim that the deceased person could have filed. In Texas, that period is, in most cases, two years from the date of the person’s injury. There is also the limitations period on your own claim for wrongful death, which normally is two years from the date your spouse, child or parent died.

It’s important to consult with a qualified personal injury attorney without delay if you think you have a wrongful death claim, so you don’t risk losing the claim by waiting too long.

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