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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.

​Be the Best Cincinnati Plaintiff You Can Be From the Perspective of a Female Personal Injury Lawyer

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | August 29, 2023

Why You Should Care that this Article is Written by a Female Personal Injury Lawyer in Cincinnati Let’s talk about how to be the best Cincinnati plaintiff you can be. I am a female personal injury lawyer in Cincinnati. I can be pretty disarming. At 5 feet, 2 inches tall, with a naturally higher pitched…

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What happens at a deposition?

By BeckLawAdmin | August 15, 2023

The Deposition Notice You or your lawyer will receive a “deposition notice” that says when and where your deposition is going to take place.  It will also tell you whether your deposition is going to be recorded by a stenographer or a stenographer/videographer.  A stenographer is the court reporter.  The stenographer will type out everything…

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How to Sue – Hospital

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | March 13, 2023

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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HIPAA for Non-Lawyers

By BeckLawAdmin | February 20, 2023

HIPAA – What it means, why you should care, how it helps you.

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What Will I Have to do if I Sue a Drug Company?

By BeckLawAdmin | February 6, 2023

If you sue a drug company, you are going to have to fill out some forms. Right off the bat, we always ask our clients to fill out some forms so we can better understand what the case is about. We also ask questions that help us to determine whether you have a good case.…

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How much does it cost to hire a lawyer?

How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Lawyer?

By BeckLawAdmin | Sep 6, 2022

How much does it cost to hire a lawyer? It’s easy to burn through a lot of money quickly if you don’t know what you are doing.

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How to prepare for a deposition

How to Prepare for a Deposition

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | Aug 29, 2022

How to prepare for a deposition (1) Be ready to bring your A game (2) Find out if your deposition will be recorded by stenographer or videographer and dress accordingly (3) Look over any documents…

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Four people you do not want to sue

Personal Injury Lawyers in Cincinnati

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | Aug 1, 2022

Four People You Do Not Want to Sue – Disappointment Seen from the Eyes of Personal Injury Lawyers in Cincinnati

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Statute of limitations

Statute of Limitations

By BeckLawAdmin | May 15, 2022

Statute of limitations – how hard can this be? Just figure out when the plaintiff got hurt, add the amount of time on the statute, and that’s the deadline to file, right? No, it’s much more complicated than that.

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Shows a long road

The Long Windy Road of Pharmaceutical Cases

By Attorney Kimberly Beck | Oct 25, 2021

Why is my cases taking so long? This article sets for the anatomy of a pharmaceutical case with a general timeline.

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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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