Wrongful Death Attorney

Scott Mullins & Company is experienced in wrongful death law. A wrongful death attorney is needed when a loved one or family member dies as a result of the carelessness or negligence of others. Whenever someone dies, it is a tragedy and can be emotionally heart breaking, but to have a life cut short as a result of someone else’s actions, that truly is a difficult time for everyone.

Wrongful Death Attorney

Wrongful death claims are of the highest sensitivity; as a result, you will want the professionalism, compassion and services of an experienced wrongful death attorney. Scott Mullins is committed to devoting his full attention to your case and to offer you the respect and compassion you need during such emotional times.

Scott Mullins & Company prosecutes your wrongful death case with care and empathy to ensure that the process will be free from unneeded additional stress or hardship. To ensure your confidence throughout the process, Scott Mullins is an experienced wrongful death lawyer. When an unexpected loss occurs, not only are you hit with emotional trauma, but your very way of life is turned upside down. Scott Mullins will work to ensure that you receive a just verdict and financial compensation to assist in returning your life to a semblance of how it was before the wrongful death incident occurred.

Wrongful Death Lawyer

Our team of wrongful death lawyers has successfully handled numerous cases that dealt with wrongful death claims. Our history shows that we are committed to your cause and that we can attain winning rulings and exceptional compensation for for the descendant’s heirs and estate. We work tirelessly to provide you and those impacted with peace of mind, financial compensation and justice.

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What is wrongful Death?

A wrongful death lawsuit claims that the victim died as a result of negligence or carelessness on the part of the person or entity being sued, and that the victim’s survivors are entitled to monetary damages as a result of the improper conduct.

Who can sue for Wrongful Death?

In Ohio, wrongful death claims must be brought on behalf of the surviving family members by the executor of the will or another representative appointed by the court. State laws can sometimes be confusing; therefore, you should consult an experienced wrongful death attorney to ensure that your claims are filed correctly and on time.

How soon must a wrongful death claim be filed before we lose the right to do so?

Every state has certain time limits called “statutes of limitations,” which restrict the length of time you have to file a wrongful death lawsuit. If you miss the deadline for filing your case, your claim may be dismissed by the court. This is why it is so important to speak with an attorney.

What damages can I recover as a result of a wrongful death?

When a person is killed as a result of the negligent, reckless or unlawful actions of another person or entity, the victim’s surviving relatives can file a wrongful death civil lawsuit seeking financial damages from the responsible party. Wrongful death damages may seek to compensate the family for medical bills, burial expenses, lost wages, loss of companionship, and loss of inheritance.

What is the difference between criminal and civil cases related to the death of an individual?

In instances of death, a case can be heard in a criminal court or a civil court and, in some instances, both. For example, if the negligence of a driver results in the death of another, the state can bring criminal charges (homicide) against the driver. But the affected loved ones of the victim can also sue the driver in civil court (for wrongful death) for compensation related to emotional and economic losses.