The sudden loss of a loved one in an accident or other circumstance can be emotionally and financially devastating. If you have lost a spouse, parent, child, or other family member, you may be unsure where to turn to get the answers you need and deserve.
I am Kenneth Berger, a Columbia, SC wrongful death lawyer. I am committed to helping grieving families in South Carolina pursue accountability from the companies and individuals whose negligent, reckless and intentional actions have fatal consequences.
An Attorney Who Will Guide You Through Every Step of the Legal System
There are a number of reasons why you might file a wrongful death claim. The legal process is often the best way to get clear answers about the causes of your loved one’s death. Your family might also need financial support through this difficult time.
I listen carefully to my client's concerns and goals, providing compassionate advice and advocacy as I seek the results you deserve. My job is to handle the legal matters so that you and your family can focus on recovering and rebuilding.
Wrongful death lawsuits arising out of many types of circumstances, including auto accidents, defective product accidents, and nursing home abuse. When someone else's wrongdoing leads to a fatality, the victim's family has the legal right to pursue compensation for the loss of companionship and financial support they incur.
Providing Families with Answers & Justice
My Columbia, SC law firm is committed to giving you the respect and professional service a fatal accident requires. We do not charge grieving families any type of hourly or retainer fee. Instead, we accept wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning your family owes us nothing unless we recover compensation for you. If you need help, and are unsure where to start, call me at (803) 790-2800 for a free consultation. When taking on a negligent party and their insurance company, it is important to have someone on your side who knows the law. I am here to answer your legal questions and protect your family's legal rights.