You should contact an attorney immediately. I have several good referrals I could give you in the Dayton, OH area. If you would like to call me or email me.
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Contact an experienced personal injury attorney who has handled wrongful death claims. This is shocking and I am extremely sympathetic and sorry to hear of your loss. Have an attorney pursue this for you.
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I'm very sorry about your loss. Your son's case needs to be investigated and it doesn't sound like the police are invested in doing so. I think an attorney may be able to help. My firm handles cases in Dayton and I'd be happy to help in any way I can.
I am so sorry for your family. Hire a local injury attorney immediately. An in-depth analysis of the insurance coverages and financial assets of the car driver needs to completed. Given your level of damages and the grief you are going through, don't try to go through this alone.
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Do the police know who hit your son? It seems strange that someone could be killed by a car on a sidewalk and no action is taken. There is more to the story. You should hire an attorney to investigate and see if there is a claim for wrongful death.
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I am sorry to hear of your loss. you have my condolences. This situation requires review by a personal injury attorney.
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I am very sorry for your loss. There is a two year statute of limitations for wrongful death in Ohio. The claim should be investigated as soon as possible from when it occured. Often times evidence disappears with the passage of time. You should consult with a well-known personal injury/wrongful death attorney immediately (unless you already retained an attorney). My firm, like many others, will give a free consultation over the phone, and any fee would be contingent in nature (meaning that we only get paid if we are successful on the case).