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When you’ve lost a loved one because someone was negligent, you might feel that your loved one didn’t get the justice they deserved. If you’re struggling with a loss in the family, reach out to a wrongful death attorney for help with your claim.

When a family member is involved in a deadly accident, the rest of the family is left reeling. You’re grieving for your loss, and your family is struggling to manage the costs of a death.

It’s a painful situation, and it’s a situation that you and your family will need help overcoming. Let a HawkLaw, PA wrongful death lawyer serving Anderson help your family deal with the losses you’ve suffered and get compensation from the person who’s responsible for the loss of your loved one.

Anderson cases are primarily handled out of our Greenville office.

Who May File a Wrongful Death Claim in Anderson?

Because the person who should receive compensation has passed away, the people who can file for them is limited by South Carolina law. Unfortunately, you might not be certain who’s allowed to file for your family’s loss.

Typically, however, the executor of the estate will be the one to file. If your loved one didn’t have an estate plan, the courts will elect someone to serve in that role. Even so, that doesn’t mean you won’t have a chance to recover damages.

While the executor is responsible for filing the wrongful death claim, the family may be compensated. The executor acts in the best interests of the family and seeks the compensation you deserve. So, if you’re a spouse, child, or parent of the deceased but aren’t the executor, you may still receive compensation for your losses.

Compensation for Wrongful Death Suits

Once you’ve found who can file for your wrongful death claim, your next step will be getting the full compensation you deserve for your claim. By knowing what your claim is worth before you begin, you’ll know what to expect and what you’ll need to recover.

South Carolina offers both economic and non-economic damages, which means you should receive compensation for both your financial damages and your emotional suffering. For example, you might have paid for the funeral, but you’re also grieving over your loss. While the intangible damages are difficult to calculate on your own, you should receive both types of damages.

For example, you might seek compensation for one or more of the following damages:

  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Property damage
  • Loss of companionship
  • Loss of care and guidance

Contact a Wrongful Death Lawyer Serving Anderson

When your family has suffered because of someone else’s recklessness, you may be eligible for compensation for your losses. You may be left with final expenses and other costs in the wake of their death, leaving you and your family struggling.

Fortunately, a lawyer from HawkLaw, PA can help. Our attorneys understand how painful your loss is, and we’ll work to help your family get the compensation you deserve after a wrongful death in Anderson. We’ll get you started with a free consultation*, as well, so you know what to expect from us and what we can do for your claim.

When you’re ready to begin, a wrongful death lawyer serving Anderson is waiting. Give us a call at 1-888-HAWK-LAW (429-5529) or fill out the following online form to get started.

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