Wrongful Death and Probate

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Wrongful Death Attorneys in South Carolina

Wrongful Death and Probate

Losing a loved one can be an emotionally devastating event. If this has happened, it might be possible to recover monetary compensation through a wrongful death lawsuit. Contact us to learn more about the options available to you under South Carolina law. We practice in Bamberg County and throughout the state.

At Wilson Law Group, LLC, we understand that it can feel impossible to put a value on the life of a loved one. If the accident that claimed his or her life was caused by the negligence of another person, we can provide you aggressive representation regarding the compensation of money for loss of wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering available to you under South Carolina law. It is our goal to hold the negligent party — whether it’s the driver of a car, the owner of a building, or the manufacturing of a dangerous product — accountable for the damage he or she has done while removing as much of the stress from you as possible during these difficult times.

Guiding Clients Through Probate In The Midlands And Low Country

In addition to holding the responsible party to their obligations, we also take care of getting the estate opened by dealing with creditor claims. We understand the emotional strain a family goes through after losing a loved one, and we work to ensure that financial strain doesn’t also become a reality. Our attorneys advising you and representing you as the estate goes through probate is just one less thing you have to worry about in what is already stressful time.

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Contact Our Firm

If you have questions regarding wrongful death, contact our personal injury lawyers from Wilson Law Group, LLC, by calling 877-471-0048 or by completing the contact form on this website. Our office hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. We accept credit cards for payment of legal services.