Crime Victim Compensation
Whether the result of a drunk driving accidents – stalking – or police brutality, every day innocent people are injured and even killed because of criminal activity. The South Carolina crime victim attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, L.L.C. serve as victim advocates and are here to help you fight back. We represent crime victims and their families. While we cannot change what happened, we can help you recover just compensation for your injuries or loss.
Sometimes the prosecution is not a favorable result for family. Even if there was no prosecution, crime victims can still file civil lawsuits against offenders and other responsible parties. Unlike the criminal process, the civil system does not attempt to determine an offender’s guilt or innocence.
Civil courts try to determine whether an offender or a third party is liable for the injuries sustained as a result of the crime. If defendants are found civilly liable, courts can demand compensation for their monetary damages that they caused. While money awarded in civil lawsuits can never fully compensate a victim for the loss of a loved one, it can be a valuable start to help crime victims rebuild their lives.
Helping Victims of Crime Find Justice and Compensation
The crime victim attorneys at our firm handle cases involving victims of:
- Drunk driving/DUI/drug offenses
- Assault and battery
- Murder or manslaughter
- Rape, date rape or other sexual assaults
- Child pornography
- Stalking or Kidnapping
- Police brutality
- White collar crime
Our attorneys can help ensure that you have fully explored all legal remedies against any criminal offender causing your injuries.
Taking legal action is an important first step in overcoming the trauma many crime victims experience. We offer you the legal support and confidence you need to face the future.
Protect Your Rights through Civil Litigation
Whether you are the victim of poor building security or identity theft, we can help you hold property owners and other individuals accountable. We also pursue wrongful death claims on behalf of surviving family members against a killer or third-party defendant in cases of homicide. Even if an assailant is found not guilty in court they may still be held liable in a civil court case.
If you or a loved one has been a victim of a crime, contact our South Carolina victim’s assistance attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, L.L.C. today for a free consultation to see how we can help. While we cannot change the past, we can help you secure a better future.