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An Ohio Family's Guide to Wrongful Death.

LOSING SOMEONE YOU LOVE

In this time of mourning, allow us to provide you with some simple, easy to understand legal knowledge to protect your financial future and of those you love.


For more information or to obtain a free copy of attorney Chester's other books or DVDs, click the button below, or call his office at (855) 329-7222.

Inside This Book

What is a wrongful death claim.


The types of situations that give rise to a wrongful death claim.


Who gets money from a wrongful death claim.


Who is in charge of the wrongful death lawsuit.


What responsibilities this person in charge of the lawsuit has to the other family members.


What type of damages can be collected in a wrongful death claim.


Who determines how much money each family member gets.


How much proof is needed to win an Ohio wrongful death claim.

How to prove the elements of a wrongful death claim.


How long you have to file a wrongful death lawsuit in Ohio. It may be as short as six months.


Common defenses that can destroy a wrongful death claim and how to avoid them.


Six common places to find insurance in an auto accident wrongful death claim.


Four places that you would never think to look for money in a wrongful death claim.


What an experienced personal injury lawyer actually does for you.


How to choose an Ohio wrongful death lawyer... ...and much more. 

About The Author

Attorney David M. Chester has been an Ohio personal injury lawyer most of his legal career. After suffering a childhood injury at the hands of a careless driver, Attorney Chester understood the suffering that an injured victim endures. When he decided to become a lawyer, representing injured Ohioans was the obvious choice.


David M. Chester

LOSING SOMEONE YOU LOVE : An Ohio Family's Guide to Wrongful Death Claims

For more information or to obtain a free copy of attorney Chester's other books or DVDs, click the button below, or call his office at (855) 329-7222.

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