Wrongful death is caused by a negligent, careless, intentional or reckless act of another person or corporation. The Ohio Wrongful Death laws and Indiana Wrongful Death laws are complex and include many facets of law. It is vital to surviving family members to seek the advice of experienced wrongful death lawyer to protect their rights.

For several decades the Wrongful Death attorneys of F. Harrison Green Co., L.P.A. have represented clients in Ohio and Indiana who have been seriously injured and the families of victims of a wrongful death.

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F. Harrison Green Co., L.P.A. provides sophisticated legal services for almost any type of injury and is able to expertly evaluate medical injuries and pursue wrongful death claims.

A death caused by a negligent, careless, intentional or reckless act of another person or corporation is considered a wrongful death. In most states, if the death of a relative or spouse was caused by the wrongful act of another, surviving family members can file a wrongful death lawsuit against the negligent party or parties. In order to file a wrongful death claim, you must be able to prove that you will experience severe future emotional and financial hardship because of the loss of the negligent death.

The required elements for a successful case for wrongful death include:

  1. Death of person;
  2. That death was caused by the negligence of another;
  3. There are surviving family members who are monetarily suffering due to that death, and;
  4. There must be a personal representative appointed to bring the suit on behalf of the decedent’s estate.

The laws regarding wrongful death cases are complex and include many facets of law. It is vital to surviving family members to seek the advice of experienced wrongful death lawyers to protect your rights and those of your loved ones.

In order to represent clients in the best possible manner, lawyers must have an understanding of the human anatomy and how it responds to an injury. Therefore, through experience and education, we are able to expertly evaluate injuries and successfully pursue claims on behalf of the families of victims of wrongful death.

While proving a physical, emotional, or cognitive injury can be difficult, our experienced and knowledgeable attorneys and staff are able to undertake difficult cases and prevail, convincing skeptics of the merits of a claim via credible, trustworthy evidence and objective test findings. We are committed to protecting our client’s rights and has repeatedly demonstrated our ability to succeed in the most challenging and complex wrongful death cases.