A sympathetic and understanding partner to investigate the death of your loved one in the event of a fatal claim
‘We will guide you through the claims process and strive to obtain maximum compensation when a loved one has died due to poor medical care’
If you’ve lost a loved one it will undoubtedly be a very distressing time for you and your family. This is especially the case if you believe the death occurred because of substandard medical care.
Assistance for a wide range of cases
Our experienced team will fight on your behalf to investigate the treatment afforded to your loved one. We will guide you through the process, pursuing your claim efficiently and with tact and understanding.
We have a specialist team dealing with claims where there has been a death following medical treatment. Our experience ensures that we can obtain answers on your behalf and we will do our utmost to achieve a settlement to compensate you for the financial losses suffered as a result of the death.
If an inquest is being held in to the death then please see our dedicated Inquests page for more information.
Our understanding team
Our dedicated fatal claim lawyers will guide you through the claims process, ensuring you are informed and in control at all times. Our team understand what a difficult time this is for you; we will advance your claim with efficiency and sensitivity.
Fighting for answers on your behalf
Although no compensation can make up for the death of a loved one, understanding exactly what happened can be a great comfort. We will do our utmost to explore what went wrong.
We are experienced in acting in a wide range of cases where an individual has died as a result of substandard treatment. We can guide you through the process of making fatal claims for compensation, all the while focusing on getting the answers you need.
Getting you back on track
If substandard treatment is identified, then we will seek redress for the family of the deceased.
We know that a financial settlement is rarely the priority when a loved one dies but if the death means that a family suffer a financial loss – for example if the deceased contributed to the household income – then you may wish to bring a claim compensation claim.