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We Approach Wrongful Death Claims With Empathy And Resolve

The sting of losing a loved one too soon may never fully heal. However, families often find a degree of comfort in seeking justice through the law. A wrongful death claim may provide the means to care for the decedent’s children and spouse, cover medical and funeral costs, and more.

At Minnillo Law Group Co., LPA, our experienced lawyers work closely with clients who are grieving the loss of a family member. At a time when you likely have many questions, we can give you helpful answers and reassurance. Our multistate legal team is compassionate in consultations and bold in court.

By Your Side Throughout The Claims Process

Wrongful death can result from almost any type of personal injury scenario, including:

Sometimes, it can be difficult for family members to piece together what happened to their loved one. Our skilled wrongful death attorneys thoroughly investigate the facts to determine who may be liable. Whether a business or an individual was negligent, we are ready to build a strong argument to advocate for justice.

Although wrongful death cases do not necessarily always lead to litigation, many do. In these high-stakes cases, our trial attorneys use our resources to pursue full compensation. We assume the burden of the court process so that you can focus on the things that matter most to you.

Seek Legal Advice Early

It can be emotionally difficult to consider legal options soon after losing your loved one. However, getting prompt legal support can give you the best chances of collecting all evidence for your claim.

In Ohio, claimants generally have two years from the date of death to file their claim. In Kentucky, claimants often need to move even faster; they have only one year to file their claim. Depending on the circumstances, you may have a different deadline.

To learn about what steps to take after losing a loved one, email us today. You may also call our offices to schedule a free consultation. Minnillo Law Group Co., LPA, is ready to guide you forward.