We’ll Help You Handle Your Wrongful Death Suit

We’ll Help You Handle Your Wrongful Death Suit

Work with Cleveland, Ohio’s Law Office of Brian Palmer, LLC

Dealing with a loved one’s passing is difficult, especially if their death was preventable. If you’ve lost a family member to another party’s negligence, contact the Law Office of Brian Palmer, LLC. We will guide you through the process of filing a wrongful death lawsuit and handle your case from start to finish. We’ll do everything we can to help you deal with the problems you’re facing as a result of your loss.

Our wrongful death attorney will examine the facts surrounding your case and determine who is responsible. You can trust us to go to court on your behalf and aggressively pursue justice for such wrongdoing.

Schedule a consultation with the Law Office of Brian Palmer, LLC to see what we can do to help you in your time of need.

Compensation for wrongful death in Cleveland, OH

Losing a loved one is never easy, and the loss of financial and emotional support can be devastating to a family. Because you are an immediate family member, or closest surviving relative, you are entitled to work with an attorney to seek compensation for being denied the company of the deceased. The settlement or judgment your lawyer helps you obtain should cover the earnings of the deceased as well as the fact that you have been deprived of his or her emotional support.

In order to collect the compensation for these damages, a lawyer will help you file a lawsuit. Whether the death was caused accidentally or intentionally, as your wrongful death attorney we can bring a civil lawsuit (not a criminal case).

The Law Office of Brian Palmer, LLC will help ease the financial burden of losing a loved one too soon by representing you in your wrongful death case. We’ll determine who is at fault for your loss and seek financial rewards for your pain and suffering. You may be entitled to financial compensation for:

  • Loss of companionship
  • The savings of the deceased
  • Medical expenses incurred
  • The amount of money earned by the deceased
  • Funeral costs
  • Loss of companionship
  • other emotional damages.

Each wrongful death case is unique and your family may be entitled to other damages that your lawyer can evaluate and explain. Learn more by contacting the Law Office of Brian Palmer, LLC.

Do you need a wrongful death attorney in Cleveland, OH?

A wrongful death is when the victim passes away due to the negligence of another party. Your wrongful death lawyer will help you present the evidence needed to show that the negligence of another caused the death of your loved one. Proving negligence in Ohio can be difficult without the knowledge and resources you obtain when working with a wrongful death law firm. There are circumstances that must exist to file your case:

  • The death must have been caused by the conduct of whomever is being sued
  • The conduct must have been negligent, or the defendant was liable for a victim’s death
  • There must be a surviving spouse, children, dependents or beneficiaries; the survivors have suffered monetary damages resulting from the death (this can include loss of income, funeral and medical expenses, etc.)

It's hard enough to go through the loss of a loved one. Chances are you are not in an emotional space to navigate Ohio laws. This is why you should consult with a trusted Cleveland wrongful death lawyer. The Law Office of Brian Palmer will gather facts about your case and determine if all of the necessary circumstances are present. Most commonly, a wrongful death attorney sues on behalf of spouses and children, and sometimes parents. These legal matters can only be on behalf of a personal representative of the estate of the deceased. Ohio has set procedures governing how these lawsuits proceed, and The Law Office of Brian Palmer can be your go to resource for wrongful death law. If you are dealing with a loved one's wrongful death and need an attorney in Cleveland, OH give us a call today at (216) 331-5935. We look forward to serving you on your wrongful death case.