Fatal Accident Compensation Claims
Losing a loved one is a terrible personal experience and creates a lot to deal with. So it’s important, when you’re ready, to start thinking about the future, and whether the accident was someone else’s fault, and if so, you should make a fatal accident compensation claim.
Can I claim for fatal accident compensation?
The law specifies who can make a claim for fatal accident compensation, these include:
- a current or previous spouse or civil partner
- a co-habiting partner, if you had been living with the deceased for at least two years before the fatality
- any parent or other ascendant of the deceased
- any child or other descendant of the deceased
- anyone who is, a brother, sister, uncle or aunt of the deceased.
How Tollers can help with your fatal accident compensation claim
Establishing who can claim, and calculating the losses to claim for fatal accident compensation, can be complicated. So it’s important you speak to legal experts that specialise in claims relating to fatal accidents. We are such experts and will explain the legal process clearly, including what you must prove for a claim to be successful. If there is an inquest relating to the accident, we can represent you.
Keeping your fatal accident compensation claim simple and straight forward
The legal issues surrounding fatal accident claims can be complex and demanding Tollers has extensive experience dealing with the complexities of these types of claim. We’re here to act for you, explain the entire process in plain English, and give you jargon-free advice, while ensuring you achieve the best possible outcome. If we believe your claim has a reasonable chance of success, we can act for you on a ‘No Win No Fee’ basis.
To talk to Tollers about a fatal accident compensation claim, get in touch.