What happens if I also want to claim compensation?

What happens if I also want to claim compensation?

Any court action for compensation will usually follow after the Inquest has been held when all the facts of the case has been determined. You do not normally need to instruct a solicitor at the Inquest, but we would always recommend that you consult a specialist Inquest and Fatal Accident Solicitor to discuss your options. It is usually very helpful that a Solicitor is present at the inquest if there is a possibility that a subsequent claim for compensation or legal action is to be made. By attending an Inquest this will give your Solicitors first hand appreciation of the witness giving evidence and better able to assess the strength of any subsequent action.

Free Advice Always Available

As specialist fatal accident solicitors we can work for free win or lose so you have nothing to worry about. There is a limited time to make a claim so we make it easy for you to contact us. You can fill on our online form, call us free of charge on 0800 083 0626 or alternatively we operate a secure confidential live chat facility (see top right hand of this web site) that you can also use should you feel more comfortable.

We hope this web site provides a useful and friendly resource to assist you on your choice of specialist fatal accident solicitors and to answer any query you may have on making a claim.

You may also email us at info@hutcheonlaw.co.uk

Posted: July 24, 2008 at 5:31 pm