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Losing a loved one is always tragic. However, it is even more devastating when that person is taken from you through the negligence of another.

The responsible party of the tragedy should be held liable!

Since 1993, Thomas J. Henry Law has helped thousands of families throughout Texas hold those responsible for family members deaths accountable.

If your loved one has been severely or fatally injured due to someone else’s negligence, let our law firm help you get the JUSTICE your family deserves.

We will help you navigate the legal process for your family while you focus on the healing process.



MEDICAL EXPENSES for the deceased if he or she did not die immediately & had to seek medical care for his or her injuries.

LOST INCOME benefits, pensions, or social security income that the deceased would have provided for his or her family.

FUNERAL and burial expenses.

LOSS OF SERVICES that the deceased would have provided for his or her spouse and children, including education for children.

LOSS OF CONSORTIUM which refers to the value of the deceased’s relationship with his or her spouse and children.

EMOTIONAL DAMAGES for the family, also known as pain & suffering.

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Recent Results

This is just a small sampling of the results we have obtained for our clients.
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Trucking Accident

$50 Million

Trucking Accident

$35 Million

Product Liability

$30.22 Million

Premises Liability

$14.75 Million

Medical Malpractice

$12.7 Million

Company Vehicle Accident

$10 Million

Company Vehicle Accident

$9 Million

Medical Malpractice

$8 Million

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Our firm wins top verdict awards each year and has been featured in Texas Monthly, Bloomberg BusinessWeek,, Forbes, Fortune, Parenting Magazine and more.
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Top Verdicts & Settlements

We win some of the top verdicts, settlements, and judgments in the country. Recent recoveries include $50 million for a trucking accident, $35 million for a trucking accident and $30.2 million for a vehicle recall accident.

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Austin | 1 year ago

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legal process and help you get justice.

Following an accident, there are always more questions
than answers. At Thomas J. Henry, we’re here to answer
any questions you have about your injury case.

The sad truth is that there are instances in which children lose their only surviving parent or both parents in a tragic event. In Texas, that minor is still able to bring a wrongful death lawsuit against those responsible for their parents’ death. If you are seeking to file a wrongful death claim on behalf of a minor, call our offices now to speak with a Texas wrongful death attorney.
Texas law recognizes two distinct types of claims for an event where someone dies: a wrongful death claim and a survival action claim. These claims differ in who they have filed on behalf of, what damages are being sought, and who those damages will be paid to. Still, in some circumstances, both can be pursued in the same lawsuit. If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another, one option is to file a wrongful death lawsuit. In such a case, the family is not actually suing for harm caused to their loved one – instead, they are suing for the harm that was caused to them as a result of the loss of the deceased person. A second option that may be available to you is that of survival action. The name can be confusing at first as the claim is actually filed for a person who has passed away, but understanding the purpose of the claim also helps to explain its title. When a survival claim is filed on behalf of a deceased person, the victim’s family is essentially asserting that:
  • The person died because of the defendant’s negligence.
  • This negligence caused pain and suffering to the person before they died.
  • Had the person survived, he or she would have been able to pursue legal action against the defendant to recover compensation for pain and suffering.
  • The defendant should not be able to avoid liability for pain and suffering just because the person died.
  • The pain and suffering damages should be paid to the deceased person’s estate.
A wrongful death claim is a claim in which a family seeks damages related to the loss of a loved one. The important thing to remember about wrongful death claims is that they are not actually filed on behalf of the deceased person; instead, they are filed on behalf of the individuals affected by the decedent’s death. As such, the damages family members seek when filing a wrongful death claim are:
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Loss of love and emotional support
  • Loss of financial support
  • Loss of companionship
  • Loss of society
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