Helping Families Obtain Justice After Wrongful Death

If a person is killed due to the negligence on the part of another person or business entity, the estate has the right to bring a suit for wrongful death against the negligent party. In Ohio, the law permits the estate to recover damages for future lost wages, the costs of medical bills, funeral bills and the decedent's life or services.

It is important to bring a wrongful death suit within the applicable statute of limitations. In Ohio, the statute of limitations for wrongful death is two years from the date of death, but a shorter statute of limitations may apply in cases involving medical negligence or for claims involving conscious pain and suffering. It is important to have the right law firm representing you or your family when you have a lawsuit involving wrongful death. The attorneys at Rumizen Weisman are attorneys that your family can count on to represent you in wrongful death suits.

Call Rumizen Weisman at 216-273-6739 or contact us to discuss the circumstances surrounding the death of your loved one. All cases are taken on a contingency basis so you don't pay a fee unless there is a recovery on your behalf.

Assistance Navigating Wrongful Death Claims

The attorneys at Rumizen Weisman will examine every detail of your loved one's death from the circumstances of the incident that lead to the death, to how much pain he or she was in and what amount are the damages the family has suffered as a result of the death.

The attorneys at Rumizen Weisman are aggressive advocates with vast experience and over 200 jury trials between the attorneys.

Call Rumizen Weisman at 216-273-6739 or contact us to schedule your free initial appointment.