what happens when someone dies and there is no one to claim the body in ohio?

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Answered: What happens if a person doesn't pay a small claims settlement?

Judgement is recorded with the county. If the person went to sell any real estate, they would have to clear the judgement at that time. In some states you could go back to the judge and force a garnishment on the person's wages.

Answered: With property damages can i file for punitive damages in small claim

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Definitely if the solicitor turns to be the perfect one, then surely you can get the desired compensation to lead your life happily from the government. Before all, see that the solicitor is good in his knowledge and also you must see his previous cases. Analyze everything for a long period of time ...

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Answered: Claim as one's own

Claim or a belonging? claim for an accident? deafness claims ?
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