Fatal Accident Solicitors in Leeds
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You are a close family member of someone who has died as a result of an accident, perhaps you are a spouse, a child or a cohabitee. This is naturally a very difficult period in your family’s life, as you undergo the grieving process, and it can be extremely hard to face a legal situation at such an agonising and emotional time.
You will want a specialist solicitor to deal with the process for you, to guide and support you, whilst taking the stress away and allowing you the time and space to grieve for your loved one.
How we can help...
We are one of only a handful of legal experts in fatal accident cases. We offer a fully encompassing service to help families find a clear path through to a satisfactory resolution and help to provide some closure. We will advise on the criminal implications of a death, assist you with representation at the Coroner’s Inquest and ensure the appropriate damages and awards are made and maximised, to make up for the past and future losses suffered, when the breadwinner of the family is killed.
We can help with family matters such as benefits and financial issues, where children are to live, deal with other family members and assist with wills and probate issues and bank accounts. We aim to take away the anxiety of the situation and support you through the process and we can visit you in your home or a place convenient to you, to enable us to build a one-to-one relationship.
Our knowledge and expertise in dealing with the aftermath of a fatal accident is perhaps unique. Andrew Greenwood is a Trustee of a nationally recognised charity, SCARD (Support and Care After Road Death), and is uniquely placed to give urgent and much needed advice to families who have been bereaved.
Andrew has extensive experience of the three legal aspects covering a death in sudden circumstances; criminal proceedings, the Inquest and the civil claim for compensation which can follow.
Our aim is to support and care for those who have been bereaved and to provide practical advice and assistance at all times. These can be desperately tragic times for those who have been left behind, and we are always happy to give as much support as we possibly can throughout this process. Explaining the role of the Coroner, and how this interlinks with the Police enquiries can often be confusing for bereaved families. By involving us, we are often able to explain in simple language the processes at work and how they interact.
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