Fatal Accident Claims Solihull
Are you looking for the right legal team to help recover compensation for the loss of a loved one caused by the negligent act of a third party?
Are you looking to ensure that the claim is dealt with by a serious injury specialist firm of solicitors with a vast experience of dealing with fatal accident claims and all advice is provided with an appropriate level of expertise and in a sympathetic manner?
Accidents involving the death of a loved one are traumatic for the survivors and we aim to ensure that the surviving family receive bereavement damages, funeral expenses and the dependency awards for the lost income which the deceased would have provided to his/her dependants.
A fatal accident claim can be brought by;
- A husband, wife, ex-husband/wife of the deceased
- A person who had been living with the deceased as if as husband or wife for at least two years prior to the death
- A child or parent of the deceased.
- A civil partner or ex-civil partner of the deceased
- A brother, sister, uncle, aunt, niece, nephew or cousin of the deceased
Compensation can include the loss of financial support and loss of services which often includes;
- pain and suffering prior to death
- Statutory bereavement award (currently £12,980)
- Funeral expenses
- Loss of income caused by the early death of the deceased
- Compensation to represent the loss of services provided by the deceased (including care of children/spouse/parents) and DIY
Compensation claims cover the financial losses that have been suffered as well as pain and suffering the victim experienced before death. Though there can be no recompense for the emotional loss that the family members bear, there can be help in the form of compensation from the negligent party who caused the accident which killed the victim or insurers representing them.
Ellis Hass & Co Solicitors are fatal accident no win no fee compensation Solicitors who will pursue the claim for the estate of the deceased. No win no fee basically means that the family of the deceased does not have to pay any fees if the claim is unsuccessful.