Wrongful Death Lawyer

West Chester, Mason, and Cincinnati Ohio

Wrongful Death Claims Information

Wrongful Death claims can result from many types of negligence. Typically, survivors such as a spouse, mother, child, and parent are entitled to recover for damages including loss of services, consortium, care, guidance, advice, counsel, training and loss of income that the deceased would have contributed over their total work life expectancy.

It is always an emotional and traumatic event when you lose a close family member. I can help the family through those difficult times. Please see my Personal Injury Overview for more information.

If you would like to discuss your wrongful death claim with Anthony Castelli, please contact our firm today to schedule your free consultation. Call 513-621-2345.

There is a clear moral and legal obligation to repay the debt for this death and try to make the survivors--the children, wife, husband, parents--whole. Or at least to give closure and render justice.

You can also click here to view the article I wrote on wrongful death in Ohio. Families get destroyed and people just want to look the other way at times, thanks to big insurance propaganda. It's always difficult when someone dies, but when the death should never have occurred it's a tragedy. There's no more "an eye for an eye." Closure and justice in the form of money damages is all there is.

It's the worst pain imaginable to lose a loved one: a father, husband, wife, child, when the death occured because of neglect. When the death should have never happened. It's pain inside pain. It's tragedy on top of tragedy. It's an awesome responsibility to represent a wife that has lost a husband, or a husband that has lost a wife, or parents that have lost a child. Dignity, respect, and the honoring of a person and their memory are so important to the family. An experienced Cincinnati wrongful death lawyer should understand all the dynamics and how all the family members have been affected by the loss.

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