The sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one is a tragedy like no other. The shock and turmoil can leave your entire family shaken, facing an uncertain future. If you have lost a family member in an auto accident, incident of medical malpractice, or other situation involving negligence or wrongdoing, The Lancione Law Firm is here to help in your time of need. We can seek justice in your loved one’s name, holding the at-fault party accountable and pursuing the compensation that’s needed to help you face a more stable future.
There is no way to go back in time and prevent your loss, but you can experience peace of mind in knowing that justice has been served. That is where Ohio wrongful death attorney John A. Lancione comes into the picture. By handling every aspect of your case and providing compassionate, one-on-one care every step of the way, he and our team can make this process as smooth as possible for you and your family. We recovered more the $350 million for injured Ohioans.
To get started, call (440) 220-4439. The first step is a free consultation with our caring and knowledgeable attorney.
Why Wrongful Deaths Occur
A wrongful death may be defined as a loss of life caused by negligence or wrongdoing. When a person or company fails to provide proper care through carelessness, recklessness, or intentional misconduct, someone can be seriously injured or killed.
Wrongful deaths may result from:
- Car, truck, or motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian or bicycle accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Birth injuries
- Defective or dangerous products
- Workplace accidents
- Hazardous conditions on another’s property
Call (440) 220-4439 for a Free, Confidential Case Review
You may feel as though you have nowhere to turn, but Ohio wrongful death lawyer John Lancione can provide the insight and support you need. We offer a free, confidential consultation to talk to you about what occurred and how we can help you move forward with a case.
Contact our offices today at (440) 220-4439.
We look forward to seeing how we can assist you.