When someone dies and their death is sudden or unexplained, an Inquest might be held to establish the facts surrounding their death, such as where and how the death occurred.
It is a daunting prospect, attending an Inquest by yourself especially if the other parties have legal representation. As experts in the Inquest process, we can make sure that you are not alone; we can guide you through this difficult time with sensitivity and advice you can trust.
We are here to listen to your concerns so we can fight your corner and get the answers that you need to understand what went wrong with your loved one’s medical treatment or in an accident that caused their death.
At the same time as representing you at an Inquest, we can also help you to bring a claim for compensation if your loved one’s death was avoidable.
No amount of money is ever going to bring back a loved one that has passed away due to negligence or an accident but we can help ease some of the financial burdens by obtaining compensation, investigate the claim to help you understand what happened, hold individual professionals to account and raise standards so that no one else has to go through what has happened to you.
What should you do next?
We are happy to act on a no win no fee basis so if you would like our help at this difficult time, contact our expert team to discuss your fatal claim and the tragic circumstances of your loved one’s death.
Call our specialist and friendly team on 0345 241 0154 or use the contact form and we’ll call you back.
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