Practice Areas
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Auto Accidents/Personal Injury

If you or a loved one has suffered personal injuries due to the negligence of someone else, you may need the assistance of an attorney to help level the playing field with the big insurance companies. Attorney Kotnik has the experience and compassion to help you get the just and fair compensation you deserve. Personal injury cases may include automobile crashes, semi-truck v. auto crashes, motorcycle crashes, slip and fall cases or workplace injuries.

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Wrongful Death

The pain of losing a loved one due the carelessness or negligence of someone else is devastating and life altering. No amount of money will make things right after the death of a loved one. However, financial compensation is part of the legal process and Attorney Kotnik can help guide you through this difficult process and make sure your rights are being protected while sending a clear message to the careless that their actions will have serious consequences. Wrongful death cases may include physician or hospital negligence, nursing home negligence, death resulting from an automobile, truck or motorcycle accident.

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Small Business Law

Attorney Kotnik represents many small businesses in Canton, Ohio and the surrounding area. He helps these businesses with many of the day to day business matters as well as those unexpected matters that can arise in the course of doing business. These business matters may include: small business start-up (LLC's and Corporation's set-up with State of Ohio filings), contract review, debt collection, employment issues, buy-sell agreements and business disputes and litigation.

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Wills and Estate Planning

If you have been putting off doing that Last Will and Testament or making changes to an old Will, Attorney Kotnik can help you get that done. Making a Will helps protect how your hard-earned Estate is distributed once you pass. Estate Planning matters may include: Last Will and Testament, Living Will, Health Care Power of Attorney, Financial Power of Attorney, Transfer on Death Designation and Survivorship Deed.