Wrongful Death Questions | Clark, Perdue & List

During these unprecedented times, Clark, Perdue, & List Co, LPA is here to fully support your needs in a timely and safe manner. COVID-19 should not affect your ability to investigate a personal injury case. We currently remain open and are still accepting new cases. With your safety top of mind, we are scheduling all meetings via telephone or video conference at this time.

Wrongful Death Questions

Columbus, Ohio, Wrongful Death Attorneys

Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring A Wrongful Death Attorney

Successful representation in complex catastrophic injury or wrongful death cases requires experience, intellect and creative strategy. At Clark, Perdue & List, we devote extensive resources to meeting the needs of our clients. Great care is taken to ensure that no detail is overlooked. Our professionals are committed to the delivery of uncompromising legal services.

Selecting the right attorney is very important. When interviewing personal injury lawyers, consider asking the following questions:

  • How many personal injury, catastrophic injury or wrongful death cases has the attorney handled in the past two years?
  • How many catastrophic injury or wrongful death cases has the attorney tried to verdict?
  • Is the attorney willing to have the accident investigated within five days of being retained, and will the attorney advance the funds to hire a private investigator or other necessary experts?
  • If the attorney is unavailable when you call, who will answer your questions?
  • Does the attorney work with a registered nurse?
  • What experience does the attorney have in the area of uninsured and underinsured motorist claims? How many of these claims has the attorney taken to verdict in the past two years?
  • Does the attorney have the highest rating (AV rating) from Martindale-Hubbell, which rates lawyers nationally?
  • Does the lawyer teach seminars for other lawyers?
  • Is the lawyer a leader in an organization that supports the rights of injured persons?

At Clark Perdue, we will gladly answer these and any other questions you have.

If we can assist you in deciding whether you have a catastrophic injury or wrongful death claim, please don’t hesitate to call us.

Representing The Families And Executors In The Death Of A Husband, Wife Or Child In Ohio

The law firm of Clark, Perdue & List has extensive experience handling catastrophic injury or wrongful death claims. If requested, we will meet you – in your home or at the hospital, if necessary – to explain your legal rights and make suggestions for immediate action. Contact one of our experienced Ohio wrongful death lawyers about the loss of a loved one, please call us at 800-647-7003 or contact us by email to schedule a free consultation.

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