The first thing that needs to be done is to contact a child injury attorney who is experienced and knowledgable of the Small Smiles situation. Here at Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC, we have a roster of four experienced lawyers you can chose to hire.
Chuck Boyk, head of Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC, has been in private practice for 29 years. He has handled thousands of injury cases to completion, which many involved the injury or death of a child. This has given him a special appreciation for how challenging the Small Smiles case is for parents.
Ohio Super Lawyer, Mike Bruno, has been practicing law for 29 years. Mike was an assistant Lucas County prosecutor who handled thousands of felony cases, including death penalty murder cases. As an insurance defense attorney, he has handled serious personal injury cases representing insurance companies. Mike is AV rated by Martindale Hubbel, which is the highest rating an attorney can receive.
Wes Merillat focuses his practice of law on complex litigation involving class actions and Multi-District Litigation in both Federal and state courts. Wes has extensive experience fighting for the rights of injured children and young adults, as he has handled nearly 1,000 Small Smiles injury cases.
Zachary Murry has represented individuals and corporate clients in numerous litigation and arbitration proceedings. Zach's expertise is in the Yasmin/Yaz birth control litigation. He was responsible for the management of nearly 500 cases.
When you decide on an attorney to hire, they can, collect all the necessary background information on your situation, order your child's medical records from Small Smiles, share your child's story, file the lawsuit on your behalf, and negotiate a settlement for you. If you would like to speak with one of our attorneys, please contact us at 419.241.1395 or toll-free at 1.800.637.8170.
FYI: Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC works on a contingency fee basis. Therefore, child injury victims and their parents do not pay their lawyer anything unless a settlement is reached or they win in a trial. If and when the case settles, the attorney fee and case expenses will come out of the awarded money.