Wrongful Death

It’s the worst pain imaginable to lose a loved one: a mother, husband, wife, child, when the death occurred because of someone else’s neglect. It’s an true honor to represent a family member who has lost a loved one. Dignity, respect, and the honoring of a person and their memory are so important to the family. An experienced Ohio wrongful death lawyer, like The Boerst Law Office, understands all the dynamics and how all the family members have been affected by the loss.

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What is Wrongful Death in Ohio?

When a fatality is caused by a negligent accident, defective product, medical malpractice or other wrongful act, it is considered a wrongful death. In Ohio, the families of wrongful death victims have a right to seek compensation for their economic and emotional losses by filing a wrongful death lawsuit.

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Why Hire The Boerst Law Office to Assist in My Wrongful Death Claim?

First and foremost, because we all have loving families and we care about yours. As Ohio’s premier injury law office, The Boerst Law Office has earned a formidable reputation for aggressively pursuing wrongful death lawsuits on behalf of grieving families. The Ohio wrongful death lawyers at our office understand the severe emotional trauma sudden loss can inflict on a family, as well as the many complex legal and financial questions arising from the premature death of a loved one. The wrongful death lawyers of The Boerst Law Office always put the injured first, and work hard to make sure our clients obtain all of the compensation they need to rebuild their lives

What are the Recoverable Damages in Wrongful Death Cases?

The recoverable damages by the wrongful death beneficiaries include:

  • Loss of Companionship
  • Mental Anguish
  • Past Medical Expenses
  • Loss of Income
  • Funeral and Burial Expenses
  • Loss of Consortium
  • Loss of Support
  • Loss of Benefits (pension, medical coverage, etc.)
  • Loss of Care
  • General Damages
  • Punitive or Exemplary Damages

It’s not uncommon for insurance company doctors to try to claim the death of a person was caused by a pre-existing condition or by factors other than those alleged principally responsible.

We understand how insurance companies think and are prepared for the kinds of tactics they use in cases that involve wrongful death and the following:

Contact Wrongful Death Attorneys at the The Boerst Law Office Today

The Ohio wrongful death lawsuit attorneys at The Boerst Law Office have successfully represented many families suffering from the wrongful death of a loved one. If you have lost a loved one in an accident or negligent medical result, contact the Ohio wrongful death lawyers at The Boerst Law Office.

We can represent your interests against the parties at fault and their insurance companies to seek damages on your behalf.

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