Compassionate and Experienced Wrongful Death Counsel

After the death of a loved one in a fatal accident, it can be hard for family members to rebuild their lives. At Logan, Jolly & Smith, L.L.P., we understand the anguish our clients must deal with after the death of a loved one.

Though money alone can never replace what you have lost, in our society it is the only means of getting justice in a wrongful death case. Logan, Jolly & Smith, L.L.P., works diligently to obtain results for our clients. From the start of the case to its conclusion, we never let up, because we know the difference that success can make in our clients' lives.

Generally, family members, including a spouse, parents or child, can file a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of a decedent's estate. If your loved one was killed due to a serious injury, and you are considering a wrongful death claim, please call our law firm toll free at 888-337-0955.

Damages in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

The type of damages that can be sought in each wrongful death claim varies as each case is different. However, for most cases pecuniary damages can be sought. What this means are actual monetary costs. This includes funeral expenses, medical bills, lost wages and other lost support.

There are also the emotional damages in a wrongful death claim and likely the type of suffering that has impacted your family the most. This can be sought under punitive damages for pain and suffering. Regardless of the circumstances of your case, negligence at the very least must be proven.

Our lawyers will thoroughly comb through the facts surrounding your loved one's death. This includes going through medical records, work and employment records, police reports and witness statements just to name a few. We investigate and, if appropriate, pursue all potentially negligent parties.

For More Information Talk to Our Attorneys

We invite you to please schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience. Our lawyers offer free initial consultations. Contact us online today. We are located in Anderson, South Carolina.