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    How to come to terms with grief – no win no fee in Dunblane

    If a loved one has passed away then you are likely to feel all sorts of emotions, and struggle for a little while to come to terms with the situation. If your loved one has died in an accident or through medical negligence, then this can be even more difficult to cope with, and you may find that it takes longer to come to terms with what has happened and that your loved one is truly gone. Here are some ways in which you may be able to move on.

    • Talk to those who were there. One of the hardest things to deal with if someone is taken from you suddenly is that you didn’t get to say goodbye, and weren’t with them in their last moments. Try talking to the people that they were with to get some reassurance about what happened. It may be helpful to speak to the doctors and nurses that worked with your loved one as well, to get a little comfort that they were okay at the end.
    • Get counselling. It doesn’t matter how close you were to the person that died, or were related or not, you are entitled to your feelings if someone you know has died. Speak to your doctor and ask to be referred for counselling to help you to deal with the emotions you are experiencing.
    • Write a letter. One of the ways in which you can get closure after a person has died is to write them a letter saying goodbye, and expressing all of the things that you would have if you knew that they were going to pass away. You can keep this letter, take it to the grave of your loved one, or even burn it. Simply getting your thoughts down on paper should help.

    Make a no win no fee Dunblane claim for compensation

    If your loved one died in an accident which was someone else’s fault then you are completely within your rights to file a no win no fee Dunblane claim for compensation on their behalf. It is best to go through a personal injury lawyer for this type of situation, as they know the law better than you do, and are more likely to ensure that your claim is successful.

    It can also take a lot of the pressure off, if you are able to have the case dealt with by someone else. Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to speak to the team about the situation. The friendly, helpful team will help you to decide how to proceed, and get your no win no fee Dunblane claim started for you if you do decide to go ahead. Your personal injury lawyers will work on a 100% no win no fee Dunblane basis to get you the compensation you deserve, and will also work on your behalf so you shouldn’t have to go to court.

    Date Published: 7th February 2014

    Author: David Brown

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