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These would be separate suits here.The first would be you individually against the provider.The second would be by executor/administrator of the estate against the provider.Proceeds from this suit go into an estate account and pass to the legal heirs under will or if no will the laws of intestacy here.
For both suits you will need to calculate the damages and prove them up by testimony or other evidence to support.You can sue here in small claims yourself up to the limits of $7k.The filing fee for claims of $2001 to $5000 is $100. The filing fee for claims of $5001 to $7000 is $150
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If you need to sue for more you would need to draft a complaint for higher court.
This is likely breach of contract suit wherever you file it if the provider failed to deliver what you paid for.