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Compassionate Advocacy During Difficult Times

If you have lost a loved one in a fatal accident caused by negligence, we know that financial compensation will not bring back your family member. However, you are entitled to pursue compensation from the party that caused the fatal event.

Dedicated And Diligence Following A Tragic Accident

Selection of an attorney is an important first step. At our East Texas law office, we represent our fellow residents while they get through a difficult process following a tragic loss due to:

  • Motor vehicle collisions involving cars and trucks
  • Slip-and-fall accidents and negligent security
  • Defectively designed and manufactured products
  • Alcohol-related fatalities caused by social host liability
  • Construction accidents

At Your Side When Negligent Acts Change Your Life

Wrongful death claims are legally complex and emotionally charged. While you focus on your family and putting your lives back together, we handle all aspects of your wrongful death case. Attending to every detail is vital in proving that the negligent acts of a driver, property owner or product manufacturer were the direct cause of your tragic accident.

At Skelton Slusher Barnhill Watkins Wells PLLC, our lawyers employ all of our firm’s resources to maximize compensation for your damages both now and in the future. No verdict or settlement can change what happened in the past. However, you are entitled to monetary justice to help make the future a little easier.

Secure The Skilled Legal Representation You Need

Schedule an initial consultation at Skelton Slusher Barnhill Watkins Wells PLLC by calling 936-229-3428 or filling out our online intake form.

Our firm is based in Lufkin and represents clients throughout the state, including Livingston and Nacogdoches.