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Fatal Accident Claims
If you have suffered the loss of a loved one due to an accident of any kind, we can help you to claim compensation on their behalf. We understand the emotional impact of a death and the effect that the loss of a family member may have on day to day running of a household. A compensation claim can help to keep a household afloat after the loss of a breadwinner and help to pay bills.
Contact the specialist team at JMW Solicitors on 0800 054 6078 to discuss your fatal personal injury claim in more detail or fill in our online contact form and someone will be in touch soon. We have years of experience and our team have secured millions of pounds in compensation for clients.
Claims we deal with
Fatal injuries can occur in all kinds of circumstances. Our experienced team take on cases involving:
The law states that those who depended on someone who suffered a fatal injury – emotionally or financially – can make a claim for compensation following their death.
If you are not sure whether your relationship with the deceased counts as a dependant one or not, our legal team can advise you. Dependency claims are not limited to immediate family members – uncles, aunts, various other family members and close acquaintances can claim as well, if they relied on their relative for support in order to maintain their quality of life.
Why Choose Us?
Some legal firms will solely focus on the practicalities of your case, but at JMW Solicitors we support our clients emotionally. We understand that a legal action will never be able to make up for the loss of a loved one, but that gaining compensation can help to ease financial worries and help with the recovery process.
Making claims for the loss of a loved one can be even more upsetting if the accident was the fault of another individual who was known to the victim, perhaps a friend or other family member. Our team appreciates this, and will always seek the swiftest solution, ensuring the process is not drawn out.