South Carolina Wrongful Death Attorney

The loss of a loved one is a undoubtedly a difficult and devastating experience. This time of grieving only escalates if your family member’s death was caused by the negligence of wrongdoing of another person.

The Definition of Wrongful Death

Wrongful Deaths occur when a person is killed due to the negligence of misconduct of another party. Wrongful Deaths may occur in cases involving Auto and Trucking Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse, Dangerous Products, and Premises Liability.
While no amount of financial payment can ever compensate for the loss of those we love, being financially secure in your future and further knowing that those responsible have been brought to justice can provide a sense of security and closure to survivors.

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Members of your family who depended on the deceased for emotional and/or financial support may be eligible for compensation to help you recover from your loss. These survivors include:

• Spouses
• Children
• Parents
• Other relatives who depended on the deceased for support

What am I entitled to if I am hurt due to another person’s negligence and wrongdoing?

Answer: The ability to procure financial compensation in a case is largely dependent
on the specific facts. However; based on those facts, damages may include recovery
for any of the following:

  • Medical Bills
  • Lost Wages, including overtime
  • All out of pocket expenses
  • Pain & Suffering
  • Physical Disability
  • Permanent Scars
  • Disfigurement
  • Mental Anguish
  • Emotional Trauma
  • Loss of Love and Affection
  • Loss of Enjoyment
  • Mental Disability
  • Embarrassment
  • Property Damage