The rate of accidents in the workplace has been reducing steadily for many years, and many of the accidents that still happen could have been avoided if HSE regulations were followed. Unfortunately too large a number of these accidents still lead to fatalities, but if a family member has died in an accident at work, then the family they leaves behind should still be entitled to justice.
If someone in your family has suffered a fatal accident at work, then you can still make a Charnwood accident at work claim for compensation for any accident where the victim was not at fault. Contacting Accident Advice Helpline is the best way to start the process of getting justice.
No amount of money will ever compensate for the loss of a loved one, but if you know the accident could have been avoided, and was caused through no fault of their own, it can be frustrating when nothing is done.
That’s why Accident Advice Helpline endeavours to make sure the people who are to blame do not walk away from it without any comebacks. If this position sounds familiar to you, and you want to make a Charnwood accident at work claim, then contact Accident Advice Helpline now, and let our experts guide you on the path to justice.
What circumstance can I make a Charnwood accident at work claim for?
According to UK law any person who was a dependent of the deceased is allowed to make a Charnwood accident at work claim for compensation. Legally a dependent could be:Open Claim Calculator
- A common law partner who had been cohabiting for at least 2 years
- The deceased’s parents
- The deceased’s children
- Husband or Wife
- Any blood relative
- An ex husband or wife
- A civil partner
How do you work out the amount for a fatality claim?
When calculating any claim there are many factors to be taken into account, but when the claim involves loss of life it is even more crucial everything is completed correctly.
Just a few of the things that will be taken into account are:
- Loss of future earnings. This is dependent on the age of the deceased.
- The amount of pain and suffering the victim suffered as a result of the accident
- The direct costs that must now be covered that wouldn’t have been necessary before. Things such as additional childcare, DIY etc.
- Probate and legal costs.
- Statutory bereavement damages. When there is more than one dependent the amount is divided equally between them.
Why Accident Advice Helpline is the best choice for you
We have helped countless families to claim after the loss of a loved one, and understand what a sensitive time it is, and the many hardships the family could be facing, all while trying to grieve. We try our hardest to keep your involvement to a minimum, only getting in touch with you when it is essential.
Why not call one of our friendly advisors today for some no obligation advice on what your options are.