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Fatal Accident Claims

Losing a loved one is horrendous. When the unimaginable happens, it’s important you have support.

Unite Legal Services’ professional and compassionate lawyers are here to help and provide support to Unite members who have lost loved ones in accidents at work, on the roads or as a result of medical negligence.

Unite Legal Services is always on your side. No amount of money will compensate you for the loss of a loved one, but claiming fatal accident compensation can help ease financial strains. Your compensation will meet all financial losses you and your family suffer, including loss of earnings, medical expenses and funeral costs.

We will provide financial support and assist you in navigating the civil court system, including coroner’s inquest, health and safety prosecution and oblique police prosecution, to make sure those responsible for the accident are held accountable.

We also have a close network of support groups, which means we can signpost you to any additional emotional support you and your family may need following the bereavement.

The Unite the Union Benevolent Fund also provides assistance to members and their dependents.

Making a fatal accident claim

If you wish to make a fatal accident claim, contact Unite Legal Services today.

We have a dedicated team of lawyers who are experienced in handling fatal accident claims. They understand the type of support you need following the loss of a loved one.

Unite membership means that you have access to expert legal advice and support when you need it the most. As soon as you make contact with us, we will guide you through the legal process and conduct any investigations necessary as evidence to support your fatal accident claim.

Unlike high street firms who can take up to 25% of your compensation, we won’t take deductions from your settlement. You will keep 100% of the fatal accident compensation our lawyers secure on your behalf. You won’t pay a penny in legal fees either as our services are covered by your Unite membership.