My father died in 1989.The man who killed him did less than one year in prison.Now i find out he lives one mile away from me.I was reading the death certificate,it was ruled a homicide.
Possibly. Remember what happened to O.J. Simpson? Talk to a lawyer about it. There are time limits and such stuff, so you really need to contact a lawyer ASAP.
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Unfortunately, the statute of limitations has probably run on this claim.
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Probably WAY too late to sue. But talk to a lawyer in or around Cleveland to explore whether you have any options at all. I doubt it; but check anyway. Shouldn't cost you anything to inquire.
The time limit for filing suit has most likely passed a long time ago, but consult with an attorney in your area to get more insight.
I think it is doubtful, due to time limitations, but I suggest you contact a local Ohio attorney to determine if there is an unusually long time period in your state due to the criminal act. Good Luck
A civil suit for wrongful death must be brought within 2 years after the date of death. That means a competent person needed to sue prior to that time. You cannot do it past 2 years.
YES. However, you need to sue withing the statute of limitations for the state where it ocurred. Contact an attorney in your state for a free consut.
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