The Help You Need After An Accident

Fighting For Justice After A Loved One Passes Away

When someone acts carelessly, or recklessly, and it results in someone’s death, it is crucial that we hold them accountable. I am Gary L. Himmel, Esq., founder of the [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-1″]. For over three decades, I have represented clients throughout Ohio who were seeking justice. I have been involved in over 10,000 cases, which have taken me from negotiations with insurance companies to the trial courtroom, the Court Of Appeals, and the Ohio Supreme Court. I know how to fight for you and your loved one.

Dedicated To Holding The Careless Party Accountable

Losing someone is never easy. However, the negligent party can be held liable for the accident they caused. Compensation can be used to cover funeral costs, medical-related costs and lost earning potential. I know that no amount of money can bring your family member home. That being said, I also recognize how important it is to do the right thing. I am professional, communicative and hardworking. I will listen to your concern and answer all of your questions along the way.

Wrongful death cases can be particularly tricky. We must show that someone passed away as a direct result of someone’s action or inaction. From a car accident to a medical mistake or catastrophic premises accident, gathering evidence is crucial. I examine all areas of a case. This means talking with witnesses and pouring through necessary records. Early and swift action is crucial. Getting in and working with me early on may make or break your case. Call me and learn for free!

Act Today; Call Now

Let me handle the legal side of things so you can focus on grieving. If someone you know was killed in an accident, it is important to act quickly. As time goes by, evidence may be harder to come by. For all of your personal injury-related matters, call my office in Fairlawn to schedule a free consultation today at [nap_phone id=”LOCAL-REGULAR-NUMBER-2″]. You can also email me. I serve clients throughout Northeast Ohio.