Experienced inquest solicitors
We appreciate that if you have suffered the distress of losing a loved one, you can never be adequately compensated for your loss. However, the experience and skills of our fatal accident solicitors can help you handle some of the practical consequences of bereavement, such as the inquest process.
An inquest is an investigation into the cause of a death which was sudden, violent, or if the person died in custody. Inquests are held by a coroner, who will examine the evidence and may question witnesses. Family members can attend the inquest.
If a loved one has been involved in a fatal accident caused by someone else, surviving dependants may be able to make a compensation claim.
The right to make a claim applies to spouses, civil partners, partners who have cohabited for over two years, children and parents of victims who were under 18 years old.
How can our fatal accident solicitors help?
Nelsons has a team of specialist fatal accident solicitors with extensive experience in attending inquests and representing bereaved families.
Our team will ask questions of witnesses that family members need to have answered. We will be able to advise you on the information obtained at the inquest and whether there are grounds for bringing a claim for compensation.
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Please contact us to discuss how our specialist fatal accident solicitors might be able to act on your behalf at an inquest.
We are always happy to discuss the circumstances of your potential claim either over the phone, via email or where appropriate at a meeting.