Wrongful Death / Traffic Deaths

Wrongful Death

If your family has suffered the unexpected loss of a loved one due to the negligence or intentional act of another, you may be entitled to pursue a wrongful death action against the at-fault party.

While no amount of money can compensate for the tragedy of losing a loved one, it may help alleviate the devastating economic and emotional burdens suffered as a result.

Peter Brown has collected millions of dollars in damages for his personal injury, wrongful death and workers’ compensation clients over the last thirty (30) years of practicing law!

Let Peter and his very experienced, compassionate and mature staff, which averages twenty two (22) years in the legal profession help you during your most difficult time.

The firm has a team of counselors that are available to help with you and your family’s grief.  We can help with every aspect of your tragic situation, as we have seen it many times before.

If this sounds like the type of caring and compassionate and knowledgeable firm you would like to represent you during a long and difficult process, contact us now: (843) 971-0099 or [CLICK HERE]

The Clock is Ticking:

While speaking with an attorney at this emotionally devastating time is probably the last thing on your mind: “time is of the essence” for purposes of investigating the incident with professionals, gathering, photographing, measuring and preserving evidence.

Additionally, this is no time for you to have to deal with insurance companies, the media, or other investigating parties who may cause you to make statements that may later damage your claim.

Let the Law Office of Peter David Brown and his caring and compassionate staff assist you through this difficult period.

Damages That Are Recoverable:

Under South Carolina Law, the executor or administrator of the estate of the deceased may bring a wrongful death claim to recover medical and funeral expenses, lost income, loss of love and companionship, and in some cases punitive damages.

Factors that can be considered in determining damages in a wrongful death action are:

1. Financial support that the deceased would have provided over the course of their lifetime. Often times an economist is required to project the amount of these damages as they may run from the hundreds of thousands to the millions;

2. Services, comfort, or companionship that the decedent gave before his/her death to one’s spouse, children and other loved ones;

3. Physical and mental health of the decedent had he/she not suffered the injures that caused his/her death;

4. Decedent’s life expectancy before the injuries that caused his death and the life expectancy of the spouse or next-of-kin.

The Law Office of Peter David Brown, P.A, employs the use of experts in healthcare, accident reconstruction and financial planning to maximize the monetary compensation that you may be awarded if you have suffered the loss of a loved one and someone else is responsible for your loss. Please call our office (843-971-0099) immediately so that we can assist you through this difficult time.  Or contact us at Peterdavidbrown.com

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