Funeral Homes

An Ohio jury returned a verdict of over $750,000 in favor of a young couple whose stillborn son’s cremated remains were mixed with those of an adult.
( Tonya Leach and Edward Squire v. E.F. Boyd & Son Funeral Home et al. , 2006, Case No. CV 04 546335, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, Ohio)

  • Jury Returns Verdict of Over $750,000 for Mix–up of Stillborn Child’s Cremated Remains

    An Ohio jury returned a verdict of over $750,000 in favor of a young couple whose stillborn son’s cremated remains were mixed with those of an adult. ( Tonya Leach and Edward Squire v. E.F. Boyd & Son Funeral Home et al. , 2006, Case No. CV 04 546335, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, Ohio)
  • Funeral Home Pays Damages for Mishandling Cremation

    A jury assessed $1 million in total damages, the majority being punitive damages, for the funeral home’s inexplicable loss of the cremated remains of Mrs. Conway’s 90–year old husband. ( May L. Conway v. Gates, Kingsey & Gates, 1992, Case No. WEC 113827, Los Angeles Superior Court, California) Disclaimer: Past results provided on this website do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter. Results portrayed on this website were dependent on facts of individual cases. Results of your own case will vary depending on the factual and legal circumstances of your situation.