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Fatal Accident Claims
We know that no amount of compensation from a fatal accident claim can make up for the death of a loved one. The death of a loved one can be a distressing time, especially when caused by a fatal accident or disease which has taken their life early. However, making a fatal accident claim can bring a measure of justice for the death and in many cases a fatal accident claim can provide vital compensation to deal with often difficult financial consequences following the death.
Our dedicated team are very experienced in handling all types of fatal accident claims sympathetically and sensitively for clients throughout Kent, Medway, Essex and beyond.
In all fatal accident claims we aim to ensure full and fair compensation is secured, on a no win, no fee basis with full insurance backing, so that legal costs is one thing you will not need to worry about when making a fatal accident claim.
As well as securing full compensation for the fatal accident claim, our team at Brachers can offer representation at any Coroner’s Inquest concerning the death and we can provide the family with assistance needed with obtaining probate and administering the estate.
Many fatal accident claims result from asbestos and other industrial diseases where we have a particular expertise, being lead by the only APIL Accredited Occupational and Asbestos Disease Specialist solicitor in Kent, Medway, Essex, Surrey or Sussex.
Get in touch today. You can contact us via email or call us on 01622 680430.
"It was a pleasure to work with Jeremy. He gave us the strength to pursue this matter. He is the ultimate professional and his friendly, sympathetic manner encouraged us every step of the way."
"We wanted to let you know how much we appreciated all your hard work, professional support, compassion and guidance. It was helpful knowing that you were with us on what was a long and emotional journey."
"Excellent - could not have asked for a better service. Jeremy was understanding, kind and thoughtful. He was very patient with me and respected my decisions. He made a difficult situation bearable. Thank you."
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