11 Ways a Lawyer can Help Your Ohio Wrongful Death Case Part 6| Toledo, Ohio wrongful death attorneys
Find the insurance coverage
Insurance coverage is essential to getting the best recovery possible in most cases. Most defendants do not have enough money or assets to adequately compensate the family members of someone killed as the result of negligence.
In one Ohio wrongful death case, we represented three seriously injured people and the insurance company told us there was only $500,000 in coverage. After we threatened to file suit against the large corporate defendant, we were finally told that a “mistake” had been made and there actually was $2 million in coverage. Our attorneys demand to see certified copies of insurance policies and signed affidavits that the defendant does not have an “umbrella policy,” which covers claims that exceed a basic insurance policy.
If you or someone you know has lost a loved one to tragic circumstances, you need information. Order your FREE copy of The Ohio Wrongful Death Book to learn your rights. Our attorneys are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and we have six locations in northwest Ohio where we can meet with you – for free – to discuss your case.
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