Oberheiden Law Announces Expansion of Nationwide Practice to Include All Wrongful Death Claims
In addition, Oberheiden Law also announced that James S. Bell has joined the firm as a Senior Partner. A nationally-renowned personal injury and wrongful death lawyer, Mr. Bell will work with Dr. Oberheiden and the rest of Oberheiden Law’s attorneys to pursue wrongful death claims on behalf of grieving families throughout America. Together, Dr. Oberheiden and Mr. Bell have over 20 years of combined experience, and they have recovered in excess of $6 billion for their clients’ losses.
Oberheiden Law’s attorneys are available to represent families in all 50 states who have lost loved ones due to others’ negligence, product defects, violence, and other wrongful acts. According to Dr. Oberheiden, the firm is currently accepting cases including, but not limited to: vehicle collisions (including truck and motorcycle accidents), bicycle and pedestrian accidents, catastrophic product failures, construction site accidents, falls, medical negligence, and nursing home neglect and abuse.
“When you lose a loved one unexpectedly, the last thing you should have to worry about is how you are going to pay your family’s bills,” explains Dr. Oberheiden. “At Oberheiden Law, all of our lawyers are committed to securing the maximum available compensation for our clients, and we do not charge any fees or costs unless we win.”
Family members who have questions about their legal rights following a fatal accident are encouraged to contact Oberheiden Law for a free initial consultation. The firm can be reached by phone 24/7 at 866-789-6195or online at www.MyWrongfulDeathAttorneys.com.
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Oberheiden Law, a Dallas, Texas-based law firm, has expanded its nationwide practice to include all types of wrongful death claims. "It is my pleasure to announce the expansion of our practice to include all types of wrongful death claims nationwide,” says Dr. Nick Oberheiden, founding attorneyand Managing Partner. “As lawyers, our most important duty is ensuring that families get the justice they deserve – regardless of their location or financial standing. By expanding our practice, Oberheiden Law is now able to bring justice to more families, and our lawyers are prepared to do what is necessary to make sure our clients receive the compensation they deserve."
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