Cleveland Wrongful Death Attorney
Caring & Compassionate Representation for Bereaved Families in Ohio
In the most unfortunate cases, a personal injury turns into wrongful death. If someone was responsible for the death of your loved one, you need to examine your options.
What Does Wrongful Death Mean?
A wrongful death in Cleveland, OH is one that is caused by someone else's negligence. This can happen either through an action or inaction.
It may be:
- A drunk driver
- The manufacturer of a defective product
- The builder of an unstable structure
- A doctor who failed to diagnose a fatal disease
Is it time for a wrongful death attorney? Our firm can help. Call Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP to discover your options.
What to Do When a Loved One Has Died & Someone Is at Fault
After a wrongful death, everyone is left reeling. In addition to the severe emotional trauma caused by this sudden loss, the family is faced with the many complex legal and financial questions arising from the premature death of a loved one. At this point, it is absolutely vital for family members to secure the advice of a skilled and experienced Cleveland wrongful death lawyer to guide them through this difficult time.
Ohio Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations
At Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP, we understand that it can be difficult to come to grips with a major loss and to begin the process of pursuing a wrongful death claim. However, statutes of limitation apply and waiting too long may permanently impair your ability to pursue compensation in the future. In Ohio, for example, you have two years from the date of the wrongful death to file a lawsuit. Don't wait until the last minute.
Let Us Help. Call Spangenberg Shibley & Liber for Your Free Consultation.
Have you had problems? Call Spangenberg, Shibley & Liber LLP now for a free consultation. Let us help with the legal process. At Spangenberg, Shibley & Liber LLP, our wrongful death attorneys in Ohio have the legal skill and financial acumen to simplify the process of making sure everyone is provided for. Of course, money will never replace a lost parent, child, sibling or other family member. But it can restore lost income and pay for medical bills, as well a cover funeral costs and even mental anguish.
History of Excellence
Our firm has been helping individuals since 1946 and has secured billions of dollars on behalf of our clients.
We go the distance for you and your future fight to obtain maximum compensation on your behalf.
Our trial attorneys have tried hundreds of cases and are not afraid to take your case to trial.
We offer one-on-one attention and detailed counsel. To us you are not just another case number.