The death of a spouse or close relative can result in unimaginable emotional trauma and may also bring further emotional strain for families and dependants in the form of financial loss and uncertainty. Although fatal accident claims and inquests cannot turn back the clock or heal emotional wounds, they can help provide practical support and security while providing answers to resolve uncertainty.
Contact us today for a free consultation on your serious injury claim. Call our specialist Personal Injury Team based both in Brighton and London on 0800 280 0432 or if you wish us to call you back please fill in the form.
“K and I would both like to thank you very much for the way you handled B’s case. It was dealt with very efficiently and you were always very helpful on the telephone and took time to explain things to us in detail. We wouldn’t hesitate in instructing you again in the future. Thank you again.” – Mrs E
We have been working to get the compensation you deserve for over 30 years and each member of the Team is highly specialised and has years of experience.
Most of our cases are dealt on a “no win, no fee” agreement so there is no financial risk to you.
Thousands of people lose their lives in fatal accidents in the UK each year. Healys Solicitors can provide you with an experienced fatal accident solicitor who can offer commitment and support to claimants who have lost a loved one in any of the following types of circumstance:
It is not only husbands, wives and children who can make fatal accident claims. The following relations and dependents may be able to obtain compensation following the death of a loved one:
An inquest is there to help you understand the circumstances surrounding a fatal accident and may even assist your solicitor in making a claim for compensation.
Healys Solicitors can assist grieving families through the process of an inquest. By compiling a file of relevant documents and evidence, such as medical records and accidents reports, we can help ensure that the inquest hearing is both thorough and informed. Above all, we can help ensure that your interests are represented and that, where you desire, you are able to ask witnesses the crucial questions and, hopefully, receive the answers you need.
Any evidence that comes to light during an inquest hearing may later be of assistance in securing a favourable outcome to a fatal accident claim.
Healys Solicitors is committed to helping bereaved families receive the answers they need following the death of a loved one following a fatal accident.
Where appropriate, we fight with skill and diligence to secure compensation for relations and dependants left facing financial uncertainty following an unexpected death.
Healys Solicitors has offices in London and Brighton. Call us today for sensitive advice and information.
How we have helped our clients:
We also were able to help Vicky who was a partner of 18 year old student who was involved in a fatal road traffic accident. Vicky had been pregnant at the time of the accident and we were able to secure a six figure sum in compensation to help support the baby girl.
You can view the extended version of these case studies and other ways on how we have helped our clients by visiting the case studies section.
So contact the Personal Injuries Team on 0800 280 0432 or fill in contact us form for us to call you back.
5th December 2019
A recent case involving a catastrophically injured cyclist whose legal team overcame numerous hurdles to secure him a just settlement illustrates the importance of having specialist support during such proceedings. Continue reading »
28th November 2019
Despite the best efforts of the NHS, it is inevitable that medical mistakes are sometimes made and, when they are, it is important to ensure that victims are fairly compensated. One such case, brought on behalf of a nine-year-old boy left gravely disabled owing to clinical negligence in the days following his birth, has resulted in a multi-million-pound damages award. Continue reading »
25th November 2019
A caesarean birth, also known as a C-Section, is surgery that is carried out by means of an incision that is made in the woman’s tummy and womb. It is a major surgical procedure and is usually carried out by means of spinal or epidural anaesthetic, meaning that the woman on whom the surgery is performed, will be awake during the operation. Continue reading »
5th November 2019
A failure to diagnose commonplace medical conditions can have consequences that last a lifetime. However, as a High Court case showed, expert legal advice can ensure that fair compensation is paid if the worst happens. Continue reading »
29th October 2019
Stories of misdiagnosis of cancer and other serious illnesses, features in the news frequently. The number of incidents of this type of medical negligence has grown considerably in the past 5 years. Continue reading »