Fatal Accidents

The emotional and potential financial stresses of losing a member of family suddenly cannot be underestimated, and can have a catastrophic impact on all of those connected.

Our solicitors at YouClaim understand that no amount of money could ever make up for the loss of a loved one, but it can help relieve a family of some of the potential financial difficulties. Some individuals may not be aware that they can also help families make claims after having lost a loved one in a non-fault incident.

Whether or not the deceased was the main household earner, a family can suffer lost earnings and struggle to pay the rent, mortgage, and bills. Fortunately our dedicated team of experienced specialist solicitors are able to help the direct victims of almost any type of accident caused by someone else's negligence.

Claiming for the loss of a loved one

The decision is never an easy one to make after the loss of a close relative. However receiving compensation can prevent sudden financial struggle due to their passing, allowing the family and loved ones to mourn without the unnecessary burden of excess money worries weighing them down.

We strongly recommend seeking legal support if a family member has been lost due to a non-fault accident.

How YouClaim can help

Established since 2002, YouClaim's solicitors ensure your case is put in and experienced, safe pair of hands. Our solicitors will treat every case with the upmost respect and sympathy as well as ensure they do everything within their power to reclaim the compensation you are entitled to.

All our conversations with you are confidential, and you are under no obligation to begin a claim after speaking to us if you do not feel comfortable doing so or have changed your mind about seeking legal aid.

If you would like to speak to a legal adviser about your case, you can phone us on 0800 10 757 95 from a landline or on our mobile-friendly number 0333 240 0871.

Alternatively you may wish to use live help and talk to a member of staff online about your potential claim.