Fatal Medical Negligence Claims & Inquests
If you are concerned that a loved one’s death may have been caused by substandard medical care, we are here to help you find out what happened, and why.
Dealing with the loss of a loved one will always be difficult, but we can help with the financial burdens a death can cause. Above all else, we are human, and we understand how upsetting the loss of a loved one can be, especially in these circumstances. It is because of this that we are fully committed to securing the compensation to which you and your loved ones are entitled.
We might be able to help you if you were the spouse or dependant of someone who died because of:
- Mistakes in surgery or medical treatment; or
- Late diagnosis.
We can accept medical negligence claims on a No Win No Fee basis. This means that you would not need to worry about paying any legal costs until the claim is concluded.
If, for some reason, your claim is unsuccessful, you would not have to pay your legal fees yourself. This is because we would ensure that you have the benefit of an insurance policy, which would cover these for you.
Sometimes, when deaths occur in unusual or unclear circumstances, the Coroner will be informed and an inquest may be held. The purpose of an inquest is to find out where, when and how someone died.
We can represent you at the inquest and help guide you through the proceedings in order to ensure that the right questions are asked and answered, and to make sure that your voice is heard.
If you’d like our help at this difficult time, call Anna Mills Morgan on 01745 536030 or contact us online and we will organise a free initial consultation to discuss your case.