How can we help?
The impact that the death of a loved one has had on you and your family is at the heart of everything that we do.
We are here to listen to your concerns so we can fight your corner and obtain compensation to look after yours and your family’s financial needs.
The types of compensation that often form part of a claim are:
- Compensation for the pain and suffering that your loved one had to endure before their death;
- Care and assistance and aids and equipment that your loved one needed before their death;
- Counselling costs;
- Funeral expenses;
- Hospice costs;
- Travelling expenses;
- Loss of financial dependency, which incorporates loss of earnings and loss of pension of your loved one;
- Loss of services dependency, which includes the cost of childcare, household chores and domestic tasks that your loved one performed.
Also, certain family members are entitled to claim a Statutory Bereavement Award. These include a spouse, civil partner and parent (if the child is under 18 years old). There are also proposals currently before the government to include people who have co-habited for two years or more.
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.