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Attention Ohio residents!
Did your loved one suffer a wrongful death?
Siri & Glimstad and Nurenberg Paris are partnering to evaluate claims from Ohio residents whose loved ones suffered death caused by someone else’s acts or negligence.
What Constitutes Wrongful Death?
Wrongful death is a death caused by the wrongful act or negligence of a person or corporation. Ohio law allows for a claim to be brought against the responsible party. Wrongful death claims can arise from car accidents, medical malpractice or defective products.
Can You Recover Damages on Behalf of a Loved One?
In Ohio, the administrator for the estate of a deceased person is legally allowed to bring a wrongful death suit to recover damages. Applications to be appointed administrator are filed through the probate court.
Surviving family members may be eligible to recover for loss of support, services, companionship, protection, advice and mental anguish (among others). They can also recover medical expenses.
If you feel your loved one died as a result of a wrongful death caused by someone else’s neglect or actions, give us a call today to have an attorney familiar with these types of cases determine whether you have a claim. The statute of limitations in Ohio is two years from the time of death to file a claim.
To have an attorney provide a free evaluation of your potential claim please provide the following information:
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