If you suffer an accident at work and it proves to be fatal, then this can cause untold misery for your family and loved ones, particularly if your accident was through no fault of your own. If you have lost a loved one in any type of accident that was not their fault, then you could be entitled to make a fatal injury claim, using the car accident lawyers in Staffordshire Moorlands from Accident Advice Helpline.
The law in the UK says that if you have been injured in an accident that wasnt your fault, then you are entitled to claim compensation, but if you are killed in the accident, then your family have a right to compensation. The law also says that any dependent of the deceased is allowed to make a fatal injury compensation claim, and using the experienced expert car accident solicitors in Staffordshire Moorlands can only help make the process easier.
The effects of losing a loved one in an accident that was not their fault
Losing a loved one and realising that the accident could have been avoided can be soul destrying and heartbreaking. You may feel anger and resentment towards the person responsible for the accident and you could even want revenge for your loved one’s death. Contact our injury lawyers so they can help you to get through this very difficult time and discuss making a fatal injury compensation claim.
The other people affected by a death in an accident at work and using the car accident lawyers in Staffordshire Moorlands
Losing a loved one can effect the whole family, and some people never really recover from their loss. What if it was a parent who lost their lives, how would the child feel afterwards – or even worse, a parent loses a child, that should never happen.
The power of HSE
If the accident happened at work then your employers would not only have to face an injury claim, but they would also have to face an investigation by the HSE, and prosecution if they are found to be at fault for the death.
Making a fatal injury claim
It is not just the emotional problems that suddenly losing a loved one can cause, financial problems care be awful for an already distressed family. Any costs associated with the death can be claimed as well as the effect that losing the loved one will have on the family being taken into account.
We understand what a difficult time this is to be making a fatal injury claim, but our advisors and lawyers are friendly and compassionate and will do all they can to keep the stress of the claim away from the family. Call our freephone helpline on 0800 180 4123 and from the family’s first contact with Accident Advice Helpline, everything will be done to keep the whole process as stress-free as possible, while making sure they get a fair deal for what has happened.