Expert injury lawyers in Port Isaac
Port Isaac is a small picturesque fishing village on the Atlantic Coast of north Cornwall. The Port Isaac pier was constructed during the reign of Henry VIII.
Many people lost loved ones when Henry Vlll was alive, not always through accidents! If you lose a loved one these days and the death was caused by the negligence or fault of someone else, you may be able to make a fatal injury claim, using injury lawyers in Port Isaac.
Henry Vlll would not have cared if you used expert injury lawyers in Port Isaac, they would have just lost their heads
It is bad enough losing someone close to you through a terminal illness perhaps, when you know its going to happen, but just not sure when. But if you lose them in an accident that was no fault of their own, the shock and devastation can be life destroying.
The relatives of the deceased should make a fatal injury claim
No matter what the circumstances, a loved one will be sorely missed, but the consequences can be much worse than the grief, what about he financial situation. The family will have other things to consider when making their fatal injury claims using expert injury lawyers in Port Isaac.
The claim makers
Anyone who was the dependent of the deceased can make a fatal injury claim. This could be:
- A husband or ex husband
- A wife or ex wife
- A civil partner or former civil partner
- Someone they had been living with as husband and wife for at least two years
- A parent
- A child or a child that lived with the family and was treated as their own by the deceased
- Brothers and sisters
- Uncles and aunts
- Nieces, nephews and cousins
The make up of the families fatal injury claim
The first part of the claim would be statutory bereavement damages. This is only paid once, so if more than one person proves to have been dependent on the deceased, the amount is shared between them. There are many other things to consider when making the claim, such as:
- The pain and suffering of the deceased if they were aware of pain before they died
- Loss of income
- Childcare costs
- Coasts of doing jobs the deceased would have done, such as gardening, cleaning decorating etc.
- Funeral costs
- Probate costs
We will make it as easy as possible for the family
Compensation cannot replace the loved one, but it can make life more financially stable for those left behind.
Accident Advice Helpline will deal with the claim simply and efficiently, keeping the hassle away from them while making sure they are awarded the maximum compensation they can achieve for their loss.
A member of the family should contact our helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 and speak to one of our advisors. They and friendly and compassionate and will start the claim immediately.