Losing a loved one is an upsetting experience for any family. But losing a loved one in an accident that was not their fault is devastating. The family members who are left behind are not only distraught at their loss of their loved one, but are also often left in an insecure financial position, especially if the deceased provided towards the family income.
Types of Fatal Accident Claims
At Farleys, we understand this is a traumatic time for any family to have to go through, and pursuing a fatal injury claim is often the last thing you want to have to deal with. However, we understand that in some instances, it is important to bring a claim to ensure your family are cared for and financially supported through this troubled time.
We have an experienced team of specialist solicitors who have acted in many fatal injury cases. Our fatal injury solicitors are here to support and guide you through the claims process, whilst at the same time, are sensitive to your situation and realise the need to progress matters at a pace to suit you.
Fatal injury claims arise from a variety of different accident types such as:
- Road Traffic Accidents
- An accident in the workplace
- Medical or Clinical Negligence
If the deceased died as a result of an accident that was not their fault, but is not categorised above, you may still be able to pursue a claim. Please call us on 0333 331 7250 to discuss whether or not you able to bring a claim.