The bereaved family may want to seek recompense using an injury lawyer in Polmont
Polmont is a village in the Falkirk council area of Central Scotland. The first two people in the United Kingdom to contract swine flu in the 2009 outbreak (Dawn and Ian Askham) were from Polmont. Thankfully, Dawn and Ian survived but it is estimated that 284,000 people did not and the pandemic was not declared to be declining until September 2010.
Deaths occur anywhere and anytime, sometimes because of accidents in the workplace, in a car crash, or perhaps by being knocked of a motorbike. Sometimes it is not a one off accident that causes the death, but can be an illness or disease that was contracted in the workplace.
They can also be caused by medical negligence or criminal assault, among an endless list of how deaths can occur by accident and the bereaved family may want to seek recompense, using an injury lawyer in Polmont.
The devastated family may need to use an injury lawyer in Polmont
If a family loses an loved one in an accident they, quite understandably, will be devastated. It’s bad enough losing someone at any time, but to know his or her loss was unnecessary and could have been avoided, is very hard to accept and will fill them with feelings of anger and resentment, they may even feel they want revenge.
We need to make sure nothing is missed
If your family has lost a loved one in a fatal accident then you may need the help of an injury lawyer in Polmont to make your fatal injury claim. There are so many things to be taken into account, that the help of an injury lawyer in Polmont in your claim for compensation, it is essential to ensure that no areas are missed.Open Claim Calculator
You do not have to have been married to the deceased to make your compensation claim, and below are some of the relationships that would be eligible.
- A husband or wife
- An ex-husband or ex-wife
- A civil partner
- An ex-civil partner
- Someone who was living with the deceased as husband or wife for at least two years before the death
- Someone the deceased treated as a parent
- A child
- Anyone else that was a dependent of the deceased
Compassion is needed
Here at Accident Advice Helpline our compassionate solicitors have assisted many families over the years to get the compensation due to them, and have built up a wealth of resources and knowledge to get you the best compensation payout available. Making a compensation claim at a very difficult time can be complicated, time consuming, and of course distressing, but you will find our skilled solicitors will ensure your claim is dealt with as quickly and trouble free as possible.
You will find our advisers friendly and sympathetic to your case, and you can contact them on our freephone number 0800 689 0500, where they will be pleased to assist you, or you can complete our online claim form if you prefer.
Accident Advice Helpline understands that no amount of money will replace the person you have lost, but we also understand that life can be made a bit more bearable for you if the financial worries are taken away.