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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Injury claim in Rosedale Abbey


    Can I make an injury claim in Rosedale Abbey if I lose a loved one?

    Losing a loved one is always devastating, but when you know that you have lost them through someone else’s fault it is even worse. The last thing on the family’s mind will be finances, but at some point this will have to be addressed. When they are ready, a family member should make an injury claim in Rosedale Abbey. The feelings of resentment and anger, on top of the grieving process, can be extremely traumatic, but having a sound financial footing can help a little.

    Particularly if the deceased was the main breadwinner, an injury claim in Rosedale Abbey is important

    If your loved one lost their life because they were the victim of medical negligence, a violent crime or an accident caused by someone else, any of these would mean the family could make an injury claim in Rosedale Abbey.

    Who can claim compensation for the loss of a loved one?

    In the UK, the law states that anyone who was dependent on the deceased can make a fatal injury claim in Rosedale Abbey. This includes:

    • A parent;
    • A child;
    • Someone who lived with the deceased and was treated as their child;
    • Brothers and sisters;
    • Uncles and aunts;
    • Nieces and nephews;
    • A husband or ex-husband;
    • A wife or ex-wife;
    • A civil partner or former civil partner; or
    • Someone who has been living with the deceased as husband or wife for at least two years.

    When the family is ready to make an injury claim in Rosedale Abbey, one of them should contact Accident Advice Helpline. 

    The family may have several things to claim for

    When a fatal injury compensation claim is made, there are several things that have to be taken into account, such as:

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    • Probate costs;
    • Loss of future income, which would be higher the younger the deceased was on the assumption that they had more years to work left;
    • The cost of other jobs the deceased did, such as gardening and decorating;
    • The pain and suffering of the deceased, if they were aware of pain before they died; and
    • Funeral costs.

    Who can help the family make their fatal injury claim?

    Accident Advice Helpline have been dealing with fatal injury compensation claims for over 15 years. We have helped many thousands of claimants’ families to get the compensation to which they were entitled. Our in-house solicitors are experienced and have the knowledge needed to deal with the large organisations that normally settle personal injury compensation claims.

    Our helpline is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for you to call whenever you want. The number is 0800 689 0500, and our friendly professional advisors will give you free legal advice. If you decide you want to proceed, they will start the required processes.

    Accident Advice Helpline staff have compassion — we know that these things are not easy for bereaved families to deal with, so let us take the strain and handle your personal injury compensation claim for you.

    Date Published: 15th September 2013

    Author: David Brown

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