Would your loved one have claimed fatal accident compensation, if it had been you?
It may seem like an odd question to ask, and the answer is that our loved ones would always do the very best for us no matter what. Fatal accident claims are no different. They would have wanted you to be provided for, to have what was rightfully yours.
The problem is the void that the gap left, and for most people they really don’t want to do anything. It can be hard enough coming to terms with such a tragic loss, and the process of making a claim for money can seem daunting. Things like this would have been faced together
In circumstances like this, it is important that wise council is sought; council that can help you overcome mental trauma and pain, and council that can help you claim what is rightfully yours. Through no fault of yours or your loved one, lives have been changed forever, and whilst money can never replace a loved one, it can go some way to redress the balance. Providing for your family, ensuring those who are left are able to fulfil the dreams and aspirations you had as a family.
A fatal accident claim needs specialist skills; skills from those who know the law inside-out in this very specialist area. More than just knowing the law, but knowing how to be sensitive around what is a difficult time. There is a good chance that your loved one would have chosen Accident Advice Helpline. They offer the right dynamic between claiming what is due to you, and shielding you from unnecessary heartache.
So who can claim fatal accident compensation? You will only know for sure once you have made that telephone call, but the reality is if your partner, or loved one was fatally injured, you probably can make a claim. Claims are twofold and with expert advice, you can usually secure the future of dependants you may have. Their education can be assured and their dreams can be realised. Specialist solicitors will act on your behalf under your instruction, guiding you through the process.
Our common goals are what unite us. Part of the healing process is to ensure we carry on to fulfil the common goals the dreams and visions you had together, to make sure the kids have what they need when they need it. Fatal accident compensation is one way to ensure the dreams live on. The strangest of things happens, when the common dreams are fulfilled, life starts to redress itself, something magical happens, and hope is kindled in the spirit. It is said that hope deferred makes the heart grow sick, so what is the answer? Don’t defer, don’t put off the very thing that will enable the hopes, dreams and aspirations you had together to be realised.
Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no-obligation advice about making a fatal accident compensation claim.
Date Published: 17th October 2012
Author: David Brown
Category: Fatal accident claims