Damages available to beneficiaries in an Ohio wrongful death case PART 1 | Sylvania, Ohio wrongful death attorneys
Though it is little consolation to people who have lost a loved one, the way our court system compensates the beneficiaries of a decedent is by awarding money. Damages – the term used to refer to the various reasons for which financial compensation can be awarded – are available for the estate for the damages of the decedent and to the beneficiaries.
The estate of the decedent can be compensated for the medical bills incurred to treat the decedent prior to death and for the pain and suffering the decedent experienced as a result of the Ohio accident or wrongdoing.
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