The Charles E. Boyk Law Office Answers a Common Legal Question Regarding Wrongful Death Claims in Ohio

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The Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC has posted a “Frequently Asked Question” on their website that answers a question regarding the filing of wrongful death claims in Ohio. The question addresses the situations in which a claim can be filed and who the claim can be filed against.

The Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC has posted a Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) on their website that addresses the situations in which wrongful death claims can be filed. There are also many questions regarding who the defendants of wrongful death claims are, which is also answered within the FAQ.

The FAQ is, “How do I file a wrongful death claim?” and is answered by Attorney Charles Boyk.

When answering the question, Attorney Boyk states, “If you have had a family member die due to the fault of another individual, you may be able to file a wrongful death claim.” He also explains how the person that files the claim is usually the executor of the deceased and the claim is on behalf of the “real parties” in interest. “Real parties include immediate family members, life partners and putative spouses, distant family members, and all those who suffer financially.”

To read the full answer to the question, including the list of possible defendants in a wrongful death claim, visit the law office’s website.

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