Ohio Wrongful Death Law Question and Answer Videos

Are punitive damages available in Ohio wrongful death cases?

Are there limits on damages in Ohio wrongful death cases?

Are there special rules in Ohio medical cases where wrongful death is claimed?

Are there time limits to sue for injuries in an Ohio wrongful death case?

Are witnesses important in Ohio wrongful death cases?

Can an Ohio judgment obtained as a result of a wrongful death be discharges in bankruptcy?

Can a minor file an Ohio wrongful death claim?

Can any attorney handle an Ohio wrongful death case?

Can I bring an Ohio wrongful death action based on the death of a child or an elderly person?

Can I bring an Ohio wrongful death action if the deceased never held a job?

Can I file an Ohio wrongful death claim anytime after the death of my loved one?

Can someone sue for the pain and suffering of a decedent in Ohio?

Do I have to follow special rules if I want to sue the government for wrongful death?

Does the family immunity doctrine prevent one family member from suing another in an Ohio wrongful death case?

How are future damages calculated in a wrongful death case in Ohio and what is present value?

How can I deal with immediate bills?

How difficult will it be to win my Ohio wrongful death case?

How is an Ohio wrongful death claim different from a survival action?

How is it decided in Ohio what a person's future earnings would have been?

How is the amount of damages determined in Ohio?

How long will it take to settle my Ohio wrongful death case?

Is there a time limit to file an Ohio wrongful death suit?

Must a settlement in a wrongful death case be shared with all relatives?

Should I accept a settlement offer in my Ohio wrongful death case?

What are survival statutes?

What are potential pitfalls of my Ohio wrongful death case?

What can I do if the person who caused the death is uninsured?

What do I need to bring to the initial consultation with my attorney in my Ohio wrongful death case?

What do I need to prove to win my Ohio wrongful death case?

What happens if survivors who are suing for wrongful death die before the Ohio lawsuit is completed?

What if a person dies before bringing an Ohio wrongful death claim?

What if an unborn child dies?

What if the only survivors are children who are minors? Can they sue for wrongful death in Ohio?

What if the person dies before an Ohio lawsuit is filed?

What if the wrongful death happened at work? Is there someone who can be sued?

What is an Ohio wrongful death claim?

What is the difference between murder and wrongful death?

What is the difference between wrongful death and medical malpractice?

What is wrongful death law?

What options are available to someone injured in an Ohio wrongful death case?

What requirements do I need to meet to win my Ohio wrongful death claim?

What type of evidence will I need to prove my Ohio wrongful death case?

What will the defendant argue against me in my Ohio wrongful death case?

Who can be sued in an Ohio wrongful death case?

Who can sue in an Ohio wrongful death case?

Who cannot be sued in an Ohio wrongful death case?

Who cannot sue in an Ohio wrongful death case?

Will I have to testify in court for my Ohio wrongful death case?

Will I need expert witnesses for my Ohio wrongful death case?

If you or a loved one has been affected by wrongful death in Ohio please contact the experienced and dedicated lawyers at Miraldi and Barrett for a free consultation to discuss your legal options toll-free at 1-800-589-3023 or use our on-line consultation form.

The Ohio lawyers at the law firm of Miraldi & Barrett, Co, offer their Wrongful Death Law services to residents of the greater Cleveland area and Northeast Ohio, including Ashland County, Ashtabula County, Columbiana County, Cuyahoga County, Erie County, Geauga County, Huron County, Lake county, Lorain County, Mahoning County, Medina County, Ottawa County, Portage County, Richland County, Sandusky County, Seneca County, Stark County, Summit County, Trumbull County, and Wayne County and the cities of Cleveland, Akron, Ashland, Ashtabula, Barberton, Canton, Conneaut, Cuyahoga Falls, Elyria, Lorain, Mansfield, Massillon, Medina, Mentor, Parma, Sandusky, Stow, Warren, Youngstown and surrounding areas.