Injury claim in Princes Risborough


Unsure if you can claim for the fatal injury of someone close to you?

If you have suffered the loss of someone close to you, then you may be feeling the devastating grief and sadness that can easily overwhelm you. If the loss of a loved one occurred as a result of an accident, or through the negligence of someone else, then these natural feelings of grief may be compounded further by anger and resentment. You may be able to make a fatal injury claim in Princes Risborough on their behalf, if the accident or negligence that your loved one suffered wasn’t their fault.

Making a fatal injury claim in Princes Risborough

You are legally entitled to make a fatal injury claim in Princes Risborough if you are dependent on the deceased person. This includes:

  • A husband, wife, ex-husband or ex-wife;
  • Someone who has been living with the deceased for two years as husband and wife;
  • A civil partner of the deceased or an ex-civil partner;
  • A parent;
  • A child of the deceased;
  • A child within the family who the deceased treated as their own;
  • Brothers and sisters;
  • Aunts and uncles;
  • Nephews and nieces; or
  • Cousins

Although a claim for fatal injury compensation may be the last thing on your mind if you have lost a loved one following an accident, it is important to ensure financial security for yourself and your family for the future, particularly if they were the main breadwinner of the household.

Making your claim with Accident Advice Helpline

A fatal injury claim can include:

  • Funeral costs;
  • Probate costs;
  • Loss of future income;
  • Pain and suffering if they were aware of the pain before they died; and
  • Any jobs the deceased would have done in the future, such as gardening and DIY.

The experts in processing fatal injury claims, Accident Advice Helpline, are available to offer sensitive and professional no-obligation advice whenever you are ready to give us a call.

With over 15 years’ experience, we are well placed to give you reliable advice that can enable you to decide if you wish to start an injury claim in Princes Risborough.

Accident Advice Helpline will enable you to feel confident that your injury claim in Princes Risborough is being handled professionally at all times. Regardless of where the accident occurred, whether on the roads, through a slip, trip or fall or as the result of a road traffic accident, contact Accident Advice Helpline and start your injury claim in Princes Risborough now.

Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile to find out more.

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