Fatal injury claims

Norton Peskett can advise you how to seek compensation when a fatal injury has been caused by the negligence of another person or company.

A wrongful death is a fatal injury that results directly from the negligence of another. That could be an individual or an entity, such as a company or business or a local authority or hospital. Making a claim for the death of a relative or loved one can be complex. It can involve court hearings and inquests and they can be long and drawn out. However if you relied upon that person financially, you have the right to seek financial compensation. You also have the right to seek justice for a death that should have been avoided.

Norton Peskett can offer advice and their experience will make your claim as straightforward as it possibly can be. Inquests can seem complicated, the law filled with legal and medical jargon. We explain everything to you in simple language. We keep you involved throughout and we we will answer any questions you have as promptly as we can. Costs and timescales are made clear at the outset – if anything changes, again, we will explain these to you.

Achieving the best possible outcome means seeking the financial compensation you deserve.

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