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$36 million awarded to family of man killed at Wal-Mart | Toledo, Ohio wrongful death lawyers

A paranoid schizophrenic who was supposed to be under the State’s care drove to an Arizona Wal-Mart in 2005 and fatally shot two men, then drove away. A witness gathered his license plate number…

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Parents sue after daughter is killed at hotel | Ohio wrongful death attorneys

Toledo, Ohio car accident lawyer Dale Emch discusses will execution in his most recent Legal Briefs column in the Toledo Blade. If you have a general legal question you would like to see considered…

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Ohio wrongful death lawyers recommend books for grieving families

If you or someone you know has lost a loved one due to a fatal accident, The Ohio Wrongful Death Book, written by the attorneys in our office, could help.
The Ohio fatal accident lawyers in our…

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Man dies in fatal apartment fire, Ohio wrongful death lawyers file suit in Wood County

Ronald Perez, 45, died in an Ohio apartment fire in Weston last July, as did his friend and neighbor, Jimmy White, 69. Onlookers believe that it was Mr. Perez who could be seen in the second story…

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Ohio fatal accident lawyers | Books recommendations for dealing with tragic loss of loved one

Our Ohio wrongful death lawyers see the devastation that Ohio fatal accidents can have on a family. Our attorneys encourage the surviving family and friends to talk about their feelings, and avoid…

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College student passes away during tragic accident at Christmas play

Our Ohio fatal accident lawyers see the devastation that tragic accidents can cause to a family and a community.

Keri Shryock of Sylvania, Ohio tragically died shortly after a fatal accident…

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Living wills, healthcare power of attorneys discussed by Toledo, Ohio car accident attorney Dale Emch

Although death can be a difficult subject to discuss, it is important that your family knows what to do in the event that you cannot make decisions for yourself.
Living wills and healthcare power…

Anneke Kurt

Family of five suffers wrongful death in drunk driving car accident

Our Toledo, Ohio, personal injury attorneys see the devastating effects drunk driving and DUIs have on families and urge drivers not to drink and drive. New Year’s Eve is a popular night for parties and family gatherings, many of which serve alcohol. If you plan on consuming alcohol this New Year’s Eve, please designate a driver. Our attorneys encourage drivers to set aside extra money for a cab…

Anneke Kurt

Yamaha Rhino ATVs under scrutiny for causing personal injury, death

All terrain vehicles, although seemingly fun, can cause personal injury or even wrongful death to drivers and passengers due to rollover accidents. One model in particular, the Yamaha Rhino ATV, has been under scrutiny for easily tipping and rolling over when turns at even a low speed are made. In the year 2000, 547 people died in ATV-related accidents, according to Consumer Reports. A…

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New school year increases risk for vehicular "back-overs"

The start of a new school year brings excitement and new beginnings for students all over the nation. This time of year also brings an increased number of children outside as they wait for buses, in parking lots, or walk to and from school. The most tragic cases we handle at our Toledo, Ohio personal injury office are those that involve the death of a child. That’s why we join Kids and Cars, a…