Greenville Wrongful Death Attorneys
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If you lose a loved one in a fatal accident, make sure you know your legal options. Coping with the loss is not easy, and it can get worse if you have legal obligations to handle, too. But you should know that you may be eligible to pursue legal action through a wrongful death lawsuit. Our knowledgeable Greenville wrongful death attorneys of the CR Legal Team can assess the details of your case and work with you to determine the best course of action.
Call (866) 691-0607 to discuss your wrongful death case with our Greenville attorneys.
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A wrongful death claim or lawsuit gives close family members the ability to recover damages—the financial and personal losses associated with wrongful death. The CR Legal Team can help uncover all the damages that you should be given.
The types of damages pursued include:
- The cost of medical care before death: The costs of the attempts by medical professionals to save the life of the individual can be extremely high and can be pursued in a wrongful death claim.
- Lost income: The income the decedent earned helped to support the family. The loss of income, both currently and throughout the lifespan of the individual had they lived a normal lifespan must be pursued in the case.
- Pain and suffering: Your family member may have suffered extreme pain and suffering before death. The pain and suffering experienced by your loved one are given dollar values and can be pursued as part of the wrongful death claim.
- Funeral and burial expenses: The cost of a funeral and burial should be compensated by the responsible party or their insurance company.
Types of Wrongful Death Claims
When you are represented by the wrongful death lawyers at our firm, you become part of our family, and we focus our extensive resources on helping you achieve justice.
The types of wrongful death cases we represent include but are not limited to:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Defective products
- Workplace accidents
- Dangerous drugs
- Nursing home abuse
- Defective medical devices
South Carolina Wrongful Death Laws
Under the South Carolina statutes, you have three years from the death of a loved one to file a wrongful death claim. The sooner a wrongful death lawyer is involved, the better. Over time, critical evidence may be lost, eyewitnesses may be difficult to find, and the situation overall can become less clear. As soon as possible after the death of someone you love, if you believe it was the result of an act of negligence or intentional wrongdoing, reach out to our team at CR Legal Team.
We’re All Traveling the Same Road – Let’s Move Forward Together
At CR Legal Team, our entire team is focused on seeking justice for families who are living with the consequences of wrongful death. We Stand Up for our clients. We Stand Up For You. While there is no amount of compensation that can undo such a tragic loss, it can help you find financial stability and a sense of closure.