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Why Are Depositions Held in Wrongful Death Lawsuits?

Published on Mar 12, 2021 at 10:39 am in Wrongful Death.

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Depositions are useful in trials because they are used to gather information about what happened. When you’re filing a wrongful death claim for your loved one who died from someone else’s negligence, it’s important to have a lawyer on your side so that they can guide you through the process and ensure you have the strongest claim possible. Your loved one deserves justice, and an attorney can help you get that.

When you hire a wrongful death lawyer from The Solomon Law Group, they’ll be able to explain every step of the legal process for you, including why a lawyer is requesting a deposition. When you have an experienced attorney on your side, you can have peace of mind that they’re defending your deceased loved one’s rights to the fullest extent.

South Carolina Wrongful Death Statutes of Limitations

Published on Aug 23, 2018 at 2:16 pm in Wrongful Death.

The loss of a loved one, whether expected or sudden, is a tragic event. Family members should have time to grieve and remember their loved one fondly; however, if the loss was caused by the negligence of someone else, coping can be even more difficult. Along with grief, anger and confusion are probably persistent emotions.

If you think your loved one’s death happened because of something someone else did, you may be able to seek justice and financial compensation. If you choose to file a wrongful death claim in South Carolina, it’s important to understand how the laws work so you can receive the compensation you deserve to ease any financial burdens you’re experiencing.

Wrongful Death in South Carolina

South Carolina law 15-51-10 defines wrongful death as a death that was caused by the “wrongful, neglect, or default” action of another person. If the deceased had survived, they would have been able to file a personal injury claim.

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