There Is Nothing Worse Than Losing A Loved One Because Of Someone Else’s Wrongful Act
Our Lawyers Combine Compassion With A Commitment To Clients' Families
If a family member is killed as the result of someone else’s negligence or a willful act, the victim’s survivors can bring a wrongful death lawsuit against the at-fault party. Although monetary compensation will never ease the pain of losing a loved one, it can prevent surviving relatives from suffering financially.
“For more than 40 years, Svalina Law Firm has provided accomplished and aggressive legal representation for victims of medical malpractice victims in South Carolina”.
We give family members space to grieve while also working with them to help determine the full financial impact of their loss.
Damages That Can Be Recovered In Wrongful Death Lawsuit
The South Carolina wrongful death statute allows a lawsuit to be brought on behalf of a decedent’s spouse and children. If there is no surviving spouse or children, a victim’s parents can file a lawsuit.
In a wrongful death lawsuit, family members may be able to recover the following damages:
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Whether your family member was killed in a motor vehicle accident, a workplace accident or during a medical procedure, we have the extensive resources that are necessary to develop these cases and prevail on behalf of our clients.
Although South Carolina workers’ compensation laws prevent individuals from pursuing personal injury lawsuits when they are injured, you may be able to recover wrongful death benefits if a loved one dies as a result of a workplace accident. Your resolution begins with a free consultation with our experienced wrongful death lawyer. Call us or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting.
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