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‍Beck Law Center is run by Kim Beck, a female lawyer, who has a unique voice in the courtroom.  Beck wins many of her oral arguments because she makes the better argument, but being memorable doesn’t hurt.

  Kim also wants to help people better understand the law and their rights.  That is why Beck Law Center offers this easy-to-read legal help.

 

Beck Law Center is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. We help people who have suffered severe injury as a result of medical malpractice or accidents in the Greater Cincinnati area, including parts of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. Additionally, we represent hundreds of people in pharmaceutical cases across the country.

Statute of Limitations

By BeckLawAdmin | May 15, 2022

One of the questions I am asked most often as a product liability lawyer is “how is it possible to sue drug makers years and years after you’ve taken the drug and been hurt.”  Alright, I’ll admit the question usually isn’t that succinct, but you get the point.  Many people are confused about the statute…

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How to Sue – Hospital

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | February 3, 2022

Step One:  Figure Out if You Should Sue Anyone Before you start to think about how to sue a hospital, you should decide whether you should sue the hospital.  You can only successfully sue doctors, hospitals, dentists, or nurses for “professional negligence” if whatever they did “fell below the applicable standard of care.”  In other…

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The Long Windy Road of Pharmaceutical Cases

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | October 25, 2021

Pharmaceutical cases take a long time. Why is this such a long windy road? 1. You have a fight on your hands. Pharmaceutical cases are always a fight. Recently, a client asked me if I thought the pharmaceutical company was going to fight us. “Oh Yes!” was my response. “They are going to fight us…

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Young Singulair Plaintiff – Help Your Young Adult Son or Daughter to be a Good Plaintiff

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | August 10, 2021

Adults – seasoned adults – can be frustrated by their young adult children.  There are some 18, 19, or 20-year-olds who really have “it” together.  However, they are not in the majority.  More commonly, 40-something and 50-something-year-old parents have good reason to worry that their adult child will let something important fall through the cracks. …

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Statute of Limitations

By BeckLawAdmin | May 15, 2022

One of the questions I am asked most often as a product liability lawyer is “how is it possible to sue drug makers years and years after you’ve taken the drug and been hurt.”  Alright, I’ll admit the question usually isn’t that succinct, but you get the point.  Many people are confused about the statute…

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How to Sue – Hospital

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | Feb 3, 2022

Step One:  Figure Out if You Should Sue Anyone Before you start to think about how to sue a hospital, you should decide whether you should sue the hospital.  You can only successfully sue doctors, hospitals, dentists, or nurses for “professional negligence” if whatever they did “fell below the applicable standard of care.”  In other…

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The Long Windy Road of Pharmaceutical Cases

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | Oct 25, 2021

Pharmaceutical cases take a long time. Why is this such a long windy road? 1. You have a fight on your hands. Pharmaceutical cases are always a fight. Recently, a client asked me if I thought the pharmaceutical company was going to fight us. “Oh Yes!” was my response. “They are going to fight us…

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Young Singulair Plaintiff – Help Your Young Adult Son or Daughter to be a Good Plaintiff

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | Aug 10, 2021

Adults – seasoned adults – can be frustrated by their young adult children.  There are some 18, 19, or 20-year-olds who really have “it” together.  However, they are not in the majority.  More commonly, 40-something and 50-something-year-old parents have good reason to worry that their adult child will let something important fall through the cracks. …

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