Right now everyone is offering their condolences, but no one is providing you with the answers that you need. No one is telling you why the accident occurred, whether your spouse suffered before he died, or how you are going to pick up the pieces of your family’s lives.
That doesn’t mean that your questions are unimportant or unworthy of answers.
It Just Means You Are Going to Have to Demand the Answers You Deserve
One way to ask questions that demand answers is to do so through the legal discovery process. A successful lawsuit can help you recover damages for your loss, and it can also help you get the answers that you need. TARC and other relevant parties may be legally obligated to provide you with information that is relevant to the cause of the accident and your loved one’s death. Specifically, an attorney can demand this information through:
- Written interrogatories.
- Requests for production of documents.
- Other legal discovery techniques.
It is important that all discovery requests be made in such a way as to get the information that you need to make your claim and to answer your questions. Some of the questions that you may have that may be answered in this way include:
- Who caused the accident?
- Why did the accident happen?
- What exactly happened to my loved one?
Without the potential legal consequences of failing to answer discovery requests, you may find that it is difficult to get your questions answered and that is challenging to get a fair recovery. Accordingly, we encourage you to learn more about the legal process by watching our free videos and browsing the free resources available on this website.