Lake City, SC – Update: Lawanda Bostic Dies in House Fire on Morris St
Lake City, SC (December 9, 2021) – Local authorities have revealed the identity of the woman killed in a house fire in Lake City on Wednesday, December 8. The deadly blaze was reported at the 300 block of Morris Street.
Firefighters were called to the scene to help put out the fire and assist those at the scene. Emergency responders later located the home’s resident, Lawanda Bostic. She suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of the fire has not been reported at this time.
An ongoing investigation into the cause of the blaze is being managed by local law enforcement officials.
We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family of Lawanda Bostic at this time.
Deadly House Fires in South Carolina
Every year, approximately 354,000 residential structure fires are reported to fire departments in the United States. Fires, whether they occur in a house or another type of structure, can be extremely dangerous. Structure fires kill an average of 2,620 civilians and injure nearly 11,220 people each year across the country. Two of the most common injuries in these fires are smoke inhalation and third-degree burns.
The pain, grief, and emotional trauma associated with the death of a family member can be overwhelming, especially if the accident was caused by another person’s negligence, and those close to the victim will undoubtedly suffer as well. Wrongful death cases frequently result in significant financial losses for families, both now and in the future. Affected parties need the help of an experienced Lake City wrongful death lawyer. Unfortunately, many families are unaware that they may be entitled to compensation following the death of a family member. The deceased’s medical expenses, burial costs, and lost future earnings are just a few of the losses. Families who have lost a loved one frequently do not know what to do in order to receive the compensation they are entitled to.
Lake City Wrongful Death Lawyers
An experienced Lake City personal injury attorney can explain your rights and walk you through the process of filing a wrongful death lawsuit to get the compensation you deserve after a loved one has died. Monge & Associates‘ legal team is committed to fighting for your legal rights and ensuring that you receive justice for your lost loved one while holding the responsible party accountable, and our attorneys will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive the highest possible settlement for your claim.
Call a personal injury lawyer today at 800-421-0174 to speak with a compassionate attorney about your case if you or a loved one has been killed in an accident.
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