Wrongful Death Lawyer in Lancaster
The unexpected and unnecessary death of a loved one may be the most devastating experience a person can face. However, when someone has died due to another’s recklessness or negligence, South Carolina law allows survivors to pursue compensation for their financial losses and their grief.
A wrongful death claim does not make a terrible situation right, but it can provide needed assistance after the loss of a family’s breadwinner or make a statement about justice in an unjust death. At David Blackwell Law, our South Carolina wrongful death lawyer is here to assist you and your family in this time of loss. Our respected legal team has successfully resolved claims for families and individuals in Lancaster, Indian Land, Heath Springs, Kershaw, and across South Carolina.
If you have lost a loved one unexpectedly — in a car or truck accident, in a slip-and-fall accident, due to a faulty product, or under other circumstances — David Blackwell Law will stand up for you. Contact us today for a free consultation. We will not charge you to get started on your claim. In fact, we do not collect fees unless and until we recover compensation for you.
Wrongful Death Resources
Survivor’s Guide to Wrongful Death Cases
The Facts About Insurance, Investigations & the Legal Process
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim in South Carolina?
Typically, a wrongful death claim follows an accidental death, such as a fatal car or truck accident, or a fatal assault (homicide). South Carolina law allows certain family members of victims to pursue wrongful death claims as a means of speaking for those who can no longer speak for themselves.
Those who may seek compensation in a South Carolina wrongful death claim include the deceased’s:
- Spouse and children
- Parent(s) if there is no spouse or child(ren)
- Heirs if no other eligible family member survives
If you are unsure whether you are eligible to pursue a wrongful death claim after the loss of a loved one, please contact David Blackwell Law now. Our dedicated South Carolina wrongful death attorney will speak with you and answer your questions — at no charge.