One of the saddest parts of our job is dealing with families who have lost a loved one. The devastation that fatal accidents cause in terms of emotional pain and anguish is hard to describe. In the aftermath of a fatal accident, those left behind can feel a sense of not knowing how to carry on and can often take months before they can return to their daily routine.
Michael Lewin Solicitors are here to help. We have over 15 years experience in providing help and support for relatives in the aftermath of fatal accidents and have recovered millions of pounds in compensation for the families involved.
We operate from offices in Leeds, but help claimants in all of England and Wales.
Fatal Accident Compensation Claim
- No Win, No Fee available
- You can claim up to 3 years after an accident
- Dedicated and highly skilled claims team will deal with your case
- High success rate for clients
- National coverage
The financial consequences are often equally traumatic.
Seldom will the individual have made provision for such an eventuality.
Michael Lewin Solicitors have years of experience with providing help and support for relatives in the aftermath of fatal accidents and have recovered millions of pounds in compensation for the families involved.
Established more than 10 years ago we have a superb reputation for customer service and speed of response.
We have a very friendly team of highly qualified legal advisors who will help you every step of the way.
Awards range from £1,000 up to £1,000,000.
Our promise to you is to get you the compensation you deserve as quickly as possible.
Since we operate on a No-Win-No-Fee basis
You have nothing to lose and potentially everything to gain
What we may claim on your behalf
- Bereavement Damages
- Funeral Expenses
- Loss of Dependency (i.e. the loss of the earnings/income of the deceased)
- Loss of Pension Rights
- Personal Injury Compensation for the deceased
- Loss of Service of the Deceased (for instance the caring of children)
- Cost of repairing your motorbike or its value if it is beyond repair
- Loss of earnings
- Personal Injury compensation
- Prescription and medical fees
- Replacement Accessories
- Replacement Vehicle
Source for above: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Fatal Accidents Quick Questions
We understand any loved one involved in an accident of this nature can be an extremely difficult time. We would recommend you seek legal advice as soon as is practical so that you can establish the options available to you.
Yes. Please speak to our specialist personal injury legal team for more information on your options.
A bereavement award can be made in the event that an accident has resulted in a death. This type of award can be made in addition to other claims that the deceased family can make. A bereavement award is a payment of compensation that is there to serve as a recognition of grief or a financial token/public recognition that the death was wrongful.
In England and Wales, people entitled to claim a bereavement award are limited to a spouse, civil partner, both parents of a legitimate child under the age of 18 or the mother of an illegitimate child under the age of 18.
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