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Wrongful Death Attorney

Nothing is worse than losing someone close to you.  You can’t replace a life.

It’s worse when the loss is preventable.  When someone else didn’t do what they were supposed to, or did something wrong.

Traffic accidents. Defective products.  Medical Malpractice. Unsafe  practices at the workplace.

You might have lost the closest person in the world to you. Your  husband, wife, father, son, daughter, sister or brother.

If your loved one helped support you, you’re struggling to pay the bills for your family, to pay medical bills and take care of  your future needs.

You have been harmed.  You want the person who did this to be held responsible. You want their insurance to replace what’s been taken from you.

You don’t want anyone else to have to go through the pain you are having right now.  You want to keep it from happening again, to someone else.

You may be entitled to compensation for the companionship and the financial support that your loved one provided.  For not being able to have them around.  For their medical bills, their funeral expenses,  and for the pain that they suffered before they died..

You want the people who caused this wrongful death to be held responsible.   You want to try and prevent anyone else from having to experience this same pain.

What do you have to do to make sure that you get what is coming to you?  To make sure that your family’s suffering and financial loss is made whole?  What do you have to file, what people do you have to see, and how do you ask someone else for money to replace something as personal and precious as a life?

I’d like to talk with you.  Give me a call – it’s free, and confidential – and I can tell you what your choices are.   And how I can help you.   My phone is 513-621-4775.

If you decide to use another lawyer, or deal with the insurance company on your own, that’s OK.  But you owe it to yourself – and your family – to get the best advice you can.