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Who Is Eligible To File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit In Ohio?

By Brian G. Miller |

If you lost a loved one as a result of another party’s negligence or carelessness, or due to someone else’s intentional act, you might be wondering about options for holding that party accountable while also seeking compensation.  You may also be wondering if it is possible to file a personal injury claim.  Wrongful death… Read More »

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How Does A Wrongful Death Claim Differ From A Personal Injury Claim?

By Brian G. Miller |

Following a serious traffic collision or another type of devastating accident, the family members of an injured person might be trying to determine the best option for seeking financial compensation to cover hospital bills, lost wages, and when those injuries result in death, the costs of a funeral and other burial expenses. When a… Read More »

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Wrongful Death And Survival Claims In Ohio: What Is The Difference?

By Brian G. Miller |

The loss of a loved one is devastating under any circumstances, and even more so when someone you love dies as a result of another party’s negligent behavior or wrongful act. After a death caused by an intentional act of violence or negligent behavior, the surviving family members of the deceased may be eligible… Read More »

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What Are The Differences Between A Wrongful Death And Personal Injury Claim?

By Brian G. Miller |

Severe accidents in Ohio, such as car accidents and motorcycle wrecks, can have devastating consequences. Vehicle occupants, motorists, and pedestrians can sustain debilitating and fatal injuries in these types of collisions. When an individual has sustained injuries, that person may be eligible to file a personal injury lawsuit against the liable party. Yet when… Read More »

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