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Frequently Asked Questions about Wrongful Death

By The Stanley Law Group |

Has a loved one passed away due to the wrongful behavior of someone else? If so, you or a loved one may have a claim for wrongful death. What is wrongful death, what comprises a case for wrongful death, what are the damages available, and how is loss determined? Consider the answers to some… Read More »

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Proving Wrongful Death in a Civil Case in South Carolina

By The Stanley Law Group |

If you believe you may have a wrongful death claim, it would be wise to speak to an attorney about your possible case. For more information as to what must be proven in wrongful death cases, see the discussion below. What Is Wrongful Death? If a person’s death is caused by the negligence of… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Lawsuits Filed in Prison Riot Case

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Two lawsuits filed Tuesday, July23rd allege that South Carolina corrections officials violated prisoners’ constitutional rights by failing to prevent a riot in which seven inmates were killed last year. In the lawsuits, representatives for the estates of two male inmates killed in the April 2018 insurrection at Lee Correctional Institution say security officers and… Read More »

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Questions about Damages in Wrongful Death Cases

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If you or someone you know may have a wrongful death case, you may have questions about how it works and how it will be handled. Some of your biggest questions might be about compensation- what kinds of compensation are available, how is it measured out, and who will pay it? Read on to… Read More »

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Top 10 Questions about Wrongful Death

By The Stanley Law Group |

If someone you know has been the victim of a wrongful death, you may have many questions. Consider these top ten questions about wrongful death in South Carolina. What Is Wrongful Death? When a family member’s death is caused by another person’s negligence or wrongful act, a surviving family member can bring the claim… Read More »

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The 5 Ws of Wrongful Death Suits

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If you have a wrongful death suit on your hands, you may be at a loss as to what to do next. You may be grieving, and may be lost and confused regarding whether and how to pursue your claim. Consider the 5 Ws of wrongful death- who, what, when, where, and why- before… Read More »

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Top 5 Mistakes People Make after a Wrongful Death

By The Stanley Law Group |

After a death in the family, things can be chaotic and complicated. You may be wondering what your various rights and options are. One of the most important things you can do after a wrongful death is avoid making classic mistakes that many people make in the aftermath of wrongful deaths. Read on to… Read More »

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Top Ten Facts about Wrongful Death in South Carolina

By The Stanley Law Group |

If you believe you may have a wrongful death claim for the death of a loved one, you may have questions about your rights and options. To learn a little more about wrongful death in South Carolina, read on to discover the top ten facts about wrongful death. Wrongful Death Is Not a Criminal… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions about Wrongful Death Claims

By The Stanley Law Group |

If you have suffered the loss of a loved one, you may be looking for answers. Depending on the circumstances of your loved one’s death, you may be able to make a claim for wrongful death and get the compensation you need and deserve. What is wrongful death, and what are the requirements for… Read More »

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What is a Wrongful Death Action?

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Wrongful death claims are claims brought against people allegedly responsible for the death of another. It is not a criminal process to bring such a claim, but a civil process. Wrongful death claims allow the leftover estate of a deceased party recover funds to be used for funeral expenses, for surviving family members, etc. … Read More »

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