Fatal Motorcycle Accident Lawyers | Ohio Wrongful Death Lawyers

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Fatal Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

Seeking Full Compensation For Families Of Motorcycle Accident Victims

After the death of a loved one in a motorcycle accident, the estate may be able to claim compensation for economic and noneconomic losses suffered by the family as the result of the accident. These cases can involve complex factual and legal issues, even when the fault of the other driver is apparent. To protect your right to compensation, you should discuss your case with an attorney experienced in wrongful death cases.

In Ohio, a wrongful death case must be initiated by the personal representative (executor or administrator) of the estate. We welcome inquiries from other family members and referring attorneys as well as from personal representatives.

 

Experienced Advocates For Bereaved Families

At the law firm of Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, we provide vigorous representation and compassionate support to families who have lost loved ones in accidents. We have extensive experience in motorcycle accident cases, and the investigative resources and advocacy skills necessary to succeed in such cases. When we represent your family, we will work diligently to obtain full compensation and justice for the loss of your loved one.

Investigating A Motorcycle Accident

It is important to conduct a thorough investigation of a motor vehicle accident and establish the liability of the party or parties responsible for the accident. Our lawyers will act quickly to preserve evidence and begin a thorough investigation of the accident with the help of an accident reconstruction professional when necessary. We will also examine the effect the death of your loved one has had on your family, to determine the full and fair monetary compensation available under Ohio law. Our firm will calculate the full value of those losses, including medical costs prior to death, lost income and noneconomic losses such as loss of consortium and companionship. Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, will seek the best possible settlement or jury award for you.

Contact Our Firm

For a free consultation with one of our Columbus, Ohio, fatal motorcycle accident attorneys, contact Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA.

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