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How Are Wrongful Death Settlements Divided

How Are Wrongful Death Settlements Divided?

A family can only file one wrongful death lawsuit when their loved one has died in an accident.  This lawsuit …

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How to Navigate Wrongful Death Settlements

No one wants to go through a wrongful death lawsuit as a result of losing a spouse or family member. …

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Understanding Wrongful Death Car Accident Settlements

Understanding Wrongful Death Car Accident Settlements

The first thing to understand about car accident settlements is that most of these incidents are not “accidents.” In fact, …

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What Are the Key Elements of a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

What Are the Key Elements of a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Poisonings, drug overdoses, and motor vehicle collisions are the leading causes of accidental death in the United States. Falls, drownings, …

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Who Is Eligible to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Who Is Eligible to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

South Carolina’s wrongful death statute can seem complex on this point. Technically, the decedent’s personal representative must file the action. …

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Dealing With a Wrongful Death Case: 7 Actions to Take

In the middle of the night, the phone rings. You receive the worst news of your life. A loved one has suddenly …

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What Constitutes a Wrongful Death Claim in South Carolina?

Losing a loved one in an accident is traumatic enough. Having to decipher legal statutes and determine whether you have …

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South Carolina Wrongful Death Claims and DUI Victims

When a loved one suddenly dies, those left behind experience overwhelming grief. When a loved one suddenly passes away due …

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Wrongful Death vs. Survival Actions in South Carolina

The loss of a loved one is tragic, no matter what the circumstances are surrounding his or her death. Legal …

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Heather Scullion

    It is with a very heavy heart that we announce the passing of Heather Scullion. Heather was the …

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