Lost a Loved One

Wrongful Death Involving a Semi Accident? Here’s What You Need to Know

Losing a loved one is hard, and knowing another driver’s negligence caused the death can add to the emotional burden.  In legal terms, negligence means the person whose fault caused a loved one’s death failed to meet the standard of care of a reasonable person in a similar situation.

|January 30th, 2018|Lost a Loved One|0 Comments

What We Would do if Our Loved One Was Killed

If your loved one died as a result of someone’s wrongdoing, a wrongful death lawsuit may provide you with financial compensation to help you cope with the resulting loss.

|July 28th, 2017|Lost a Loved One|0 Comments

Don’t Let Your Loved One’s Life Become Undervalued After a Wrongful Death

Valuing a life for purposes of a wrongful death lawsuit claim can be difficult and emotional, but the right wrongful death attorney can help.

A wrongful death lawsuit claim may be the last thing on your mind when a loved one dies, but soon you may start thinking about it.  Such claims can provide important help in dealing with financial burdens caused by unexpected death. Sometimes wrongful death claims bring to light negligent practices so others won’t suffer the same tragedy. Maybe your loved one would have wanted whatever was necessary to provide security to those left behind. Often, survivors find comfort when the legal system acknowledges their loved one’s death and a verdict or settlement recognizes the significance of the loss.

|March 16th, 2017|Lost a Loved One|0 Comments

The 4 Phases of Filing a Wrongful Death Lawsuit After Losing a Loved One

A wrongful death lawsuit claim can provide you and your family with financial relief and a sense of justice for the loss of your loved one.
When you suffer the loss of a loved one due to someone’s carelessness, negligence, or intentional actions, your friends, relatives, or co-workers may encourage you to consider a wrongful death lawsuit claim. South Dakota wrongful death law provides certain family members the right to recover financial compensation for funeral expenses, future financial support, and intangible losses like the loss of guidance, companionship, and emotional support resulting from a loved one’s death. Whether you lost a loved one to medical malpractice that occurred at a hospital or nursing home or to a drunk driver in a car accident, you have the right to file a wrongful death lawsuit claim in South Dakota. Knowing how to file a wrongful death lawsuit in South Dakota and the process that follows will help you prepare you for negotiations, settlement discussions, or trials that lie ahead. […]

|July 29th, 2016|Lost a Loved One|0 Comments
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