Fatal Injury at WorkClaim on behalf of a deceased relative
Fatal Injury Compensation
We understand that this can be a very distressing time for you and the rest of your family. This is why Mercury Legal are here to help you and any children your loved one had with a claim for compensation. Our accident at work lawyers are here to listen and help. Call free on 0800 122 3130 or request a convenient call back today.
Accidents at work can be devastating for a family and loved ones, especially when accidents at work can be avoided. Making a claim for compensation following the death of a loved on may not be the first thing on your mind, however the compensation that we can pursue for you will be essential for their family’s future.
The amount of compensation awarded depends on the victims income and who were dependent on that income. Often those dependents are children. The amount given will also include future payments such as the loss of a pension, health benefits and other allowances.
Death from industrial disease
The death of a loved one may not be the direct result of an injury or accident at work, but from a workplace disease. Hazardous chemicals and substances such as asbestos can cause terminal illnesses such as lung cancer and mesothelioma.
Like with an accident at work you maybe able to claim compensation for the death of a loved one from a fatal industrial disease. Our industrial disease team have helped many families claim compensation following the death of a loved one from an occupational disease. If you would like to speak to them, free then call 0800 122 3130 or request a call back that is convenient for you.
Claiming For Accidents At Work
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