Picking up the pieces after a fatal car accident

Making a claim for compensation after losing someone close in a fatal car accident is very often the last thing on people’s minds. And the very thought of prolonged legal action is frequently more than they can face.

We understand how difficult it can be
We fully understand this and are committed to making the process as stress and pain free as we possibly can. Making any kind of compensation claim can be fraught with worries, but these can be magnified ten-fold in the case of a fatal car accident.

Claiming compensation
Finding your feet financially after the death of a partner or family member in a fatal car accident can make facing the future much easier. The law allows anyone bereaved in these circumstances to make a compensation claim, not just for the fact of the loss itself, but also for expenses and expenditure that would otherwise not be met.

Confidential advice
If you need confidential advice about any aspect of making a fatal car accident compensation claim then call us at anytime. Our experienced legal advisors will explain in as much detail as you need the procedures involved, and what we can offer you in the way of support.

Call to day for information on making a fatal car accident claim
We’re here 24 hours a day to offer confidential advice on making a fatal car accident claim, so call us on 0800 7838 846 or click here to contact us online and we’ll call you back.

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*Where replacement vehicle costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. Where this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, a replacement vehicle cannot be provided.