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Fatal Injuries

“Fatal injury claims need to be managed by experienced, compassionate and empathetic solicitors. Making a fatal injury claim on behalf of a deceased family member or loved one can be very stressful and upsetting; our experts understand the sensitivity that is required with these cases and can offer first rate guidance throughout the lifespan of your claim.”

Why Are Fatal Injury Claims Important?

When someone you care about passes away, making a claim for compensation is usually the last thing on your mind. However, compensation is sometimes necessary in order for the left behind family members to carry on. For example, if the only working member of a family passes away, the rest of the family may struggle to get by as a result of being financially dependent on the deceased. If it can be proven that the fatal injury is a result of negligence of a third party, our legal experts can to seek the compensation you deserve. Call Lance Mason to find out more about how we can help.

Can I Make A Fatal Injury Claim?

Our team of experts can represent:

  • The spouse of a deceased
  • The parent of a deceased
  • The guardian of a deceased
  • The child of a deceased
  • Any other close relative of a deceased

If you have suffered financially and emotionally as a result of a fatal injury and you fall into one of the categories listed above, you may be able to make a claim.

What Can Lance Mason Advise On?

We have extensive experience in dealing with cases where people have been killed as a result of:

  • Accidents at work
  • Road accidents
  • Medical negligence

The way the claims process works is entirely dependent on the type of fatal injury claim. We will discuss any legal limitations and give you advice that is specific to your own individual case.

Contact Us Today

It may be a difficult to do, but our experts will try to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible. We will contact you as much or as little as you prefer and always maintain the highest level of professionalism.