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What you should know about pursuing a wrongful death case.

What you should know about pursuing a wrongful death case. The decision to pursue a wrongful death case is often a difficult and stressful one. It occurs at a time when you’ve lost a loved one and are struggling with grief. You may be trying to put your life back together and move on, or you may just be trying to get through one day at a time. Everyone deals with grief a little differently, but it’s not uncommon to feel that you need to address why your loved one died. It’s also not unusual to wonder if their death…

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What type of compensation is available for a wrongful death case in South Carolina?

What type of compensation is available for a wrongful death case in South Carolina? Losing a loved one is always devastating under any circumstances. But sometimes it may happen in such a way that you believe another person or entity was responsible. They may not have been intentionally trying to cause harm, but through their negligence, they may have caused the situation that led to your loved one’s death. For many people, this can add even more stress and frustration to the grieving process. Additionally, practical concerns may add another layer of difficulty to an already painful situation. You may…

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What is the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death case in South Carolina?

What is the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death case in South Carolina? Coping with the aftermath of a loved one’s death can be exhausting and stressful. It may be hard to think clearly when grieving, and you may also be swamped with practical concerns like funeral arrangements, caring for children, and figuring out how to continue paying your bills if you were financially dependent on your deceased loved one. As a result, people don’t always have a chance to consider a wrongful death claim right away and may wonder about the statute of limitations. In South Carolina,…

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