Serious Injuries And Wrongful Death

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One accident can change an injured person’s life forever and it can have an immediate impact on his or her family. When the accident is caused by the negligence of someone else, the injured person is usually able to obtain compensation for his or her losses and injuries. When a wrongful death occurs, the deceased person’s family can bring a claim for damages.

No lawyer can take away the pain, grief, and inconvenience caused by an accident. However, our law firm can help you pursue insurance benefits if you and your family have lived through difficulties like income loss, medical bills, or hospitalizations.

Serving injured people and their families for more than two decades

Attorney Dean Boyd is based in Amarillo and Lubbock and represents seriously injured people and their families. Our law firm has more than two decades of experience with Texas Panhandle cases related to work injuries of all kinds, amputation, semi truck accidents and commercial vehicle wrecks, significant car and motorcycle accidents, and burn victims. We also have experience with cases related to brain injuries, sometimes referred to as traumatic brain injury (TBI). We even handle cases related to back, neck and spine injuries that cause paralysis (quadriplegia or paraplegia) and chronic pain as well as the loss of use of an eye, hand, or other body parts.

Every serious injury and wrongful death case is different. We will be happy to evaluate your case, free of charge.

Contact the law office of Attorney Dean Boyd today for a free consultation

If you are looking for an Amarillo or Lubbock attorney for a serious injury or wrongful death case, we can help you. Once Attorney Dean Boyd represents you, he is only putting your interests first, not the insurance companies. Contact us today for a free consultation. Give us a call at (806) 242-3333 or Contact Us via email. You can also stop by in person at 4423 SW 45th Ave in Amarillo, Texas or 10623 Quaker Ave #102 in Lubbock, Texas.


If someone died due to the negligence of another or from an intent to harm, surviving family members can file a wrongful death suit. If you have experienced quantifiable suffering as a result of losing a loved one due to one of these circumstances, you may be entitled to compensation to make up for burial and funeral expenses as well as expected income that the deceased would have provided.
The statute of limitations, or how long you have to file, varies by state. However, in many states, a surviving family member of the deceased must file a claim within two years of the death. There are exceptions to this, but given its complexity, it’s best to speak with a personal injury attorney to determine if there could still be a case after two years.
A jury will often choose how the proceeds from a wrongful death case are distributed among family members. A settlement agreement is another option where beneficiaries can work together to determine how they would like the settlement to be split.

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