Wrongful Death Attorney in Charleston
Compassionate Advocacy & Support
The loss of a loved one is never easy. The situation can be even harder when the death was untimely, caused by someone else’s negligence or recklessness.
At Ellis Roberts Law, we believe that South Carolinians who have lost a loved one due to others’ negligence deserve compensation for the hurt they are feeling and the loss they have experienced. Our Charleston wrongful death attorney fight tirelessly to help clients in mourning find peace, closure, and a way to move on from the tragedy they face.
Contact us online or call (843) 212-1199 today. We look forward to discussing your case with you.
Types of Wrongful Death Cases
Unfortunately, negligence and misconduct can cause far worse damage than a personal injury. When an accident leads to death at no fault of the victim, their surviving family members have the right to file a wrongful death claim in the pursuit of damages. Our Charleston wrongful death attorney are here to help you pursue justice and the financial compensation you need to cover funeral expenses, unpaid medical bills, and your pain and suffering.
At Ellis Roberts Law, LLC, we routinely handle wrongful death claims caused by:
- Car accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Dangerous premises
- Workplace injuries
Why Retain a Wrongful Death Lawyer?
Nothing can undo the damage that someone else has caused you – but the compensation you could recover with a wrongful death claim can help ease your pain and restore a sense of justice. After the untimely loss of a loved one, you will be facing unexpected expenses on top of your sorrow and heartache.
Don’t pile a lawsuit on top of this – let Ellis Roberts Law, LLC handle that. We can take on your case and handle every step of the process on your behalf so that you can focus on your family and the healing process.
Give us a call at (843) 212-1199 to get started on your case with a free consultation.
Equipped to handle complex litigation cases
Serving clients and their families for nearly a decade
Established in the local community