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If you’ve lost a loved one in a serious accident, you might now be focused on recovering both emotionally and financially. Your wrongful death attorney in North Charleston has the tools you need to seek justice and your compensation. 

If you’ve lost a loved one, you’ve lost a companion, a family member, and a support in your life. That leaves you and your family struggling to recover from the severe losses you’ve suffered in North Charleston. 

Worse, you may have found that someone else was responsible for their death and that you may have grounds for a lawsuit. Your North Charleston wrongful death lawyer can help you seek the funds and the closure you need in the wake of your loss. At HawkLaw, PA, we can help you seek financial recovery. 

Responsibility for Filing Wrongful Death Claims

One of your first questions when filing a wrongful death claim may be, “Who files?” The injured party is no longer able to act, which leaves you to find the person responsible for your losses. 

Typically, the claim is filed by the administrator or executor of the estate. This person is usually listed in the will and should be responsible for the claim. 

However, your loved one may have passed away before they named an executor. In these cases, the claim may be the responsibility of one of the following family members: 

  • The surviving spouse or children of the deceased
  • The parents of the deceased 
  • Any heirs to the deceased’s estate 

Compensation for North Charleston Families

After a fatal accident, your family may have grounds to seek funds for the losses, or damages, you and your family suffered because of the accident. These damages should cover the financial and emotional tolls of your loss. 

For example, the costs for a fatal accident can be steep. Your relative may have received some medical care after the injury, as well as a funeral and burial. These costs should be covered, as well as funds for the loss of income, if your loved one was the breadwinner of the household. 

In addition, the emotional impact of your grief is just as important. Damages for the loss of care, support, and affection you would have received should be offered based on the impact of those losses. You may also seek compensation for your loved one’s pain and suffering, so speak to your lawyer about your North Charleston wrongful death claim. 

Speak to a North Charleston Fatal Accident Lawyer

When you’re facing the loss of a loved one, you don’t want to worry about a lawsuit. You want to focus on your grief and on your family. However, your claim could help your family get the closure and financial support it needs during this difficult time. 

The North Charleston lawyers at HawkLaw, PA can help. We understand that you’re in a painful situation, which is why we’re focused on getting you the help you need during your fatal accident lawsuit. We offer free consultations* so you can discuss what an injury lawyer can do for you before you choose to work with us. 

If you’re ready to make your claim easier, seek a North Charleston wrongful death lawyer. We can be reached when you call 1-888-HAWK-LAW (429-5529) or when you complete the following online contact form. 

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