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Fatal Accident Claim

Fatal Accidents can occur at any time so one cannot be prepared for any such occurrence. Accidents can happen anywhere - on the street, workplace or even at your home. In the case of fatal accidents great loss along with financial difficulty is often inevitable.  If the person falling victim to the fatal accident has no fault in the accident then his or her family is able to make a fatal accident claim from the negligent third party whose behaviour has resulted in the person’s death.

Since the procedure for making a fatal accident claim is often done by the spouse or other family member of the deceased, the compensation procedure of the fatal accident claim can involve many complications. Therefore, the  procedure for the fatal accident needs to be tackled with care. To do this it is necessary to instruct fatal accident claim Solicitors who will guide you through the claiming procedure. Through our in-depth knowledge about this field of work and tactful handling of such cases, Cooks Legal can help to claim for the surviving members of the family the proper fatal accident compensation.

Cooks Legal work on a no win, no fee basis. We don’t get paid unless we win the case and payment is made by the third party insurer.  Compensation doesn’t remove the pain of losing a dear one, but it assists in bringing monetary stability in the financial standing of the family so severely affected by the loss of an important family member.


Food Poisoning
Mr W was involved in a food poisoning incident at a Dinner Dance. Cooks obtained an admission of liability swiftly from the hosts. Mr W’s symptoms did not settle, he required surgery and Cooks referred him to a Gastrointestinal Consultant to provide a final diagnosis. On receipt of this Mr W agreed an out of Court settlement of £20,000.00
"At first the Doctors didn’t know what was wrong with me, but Cooks never gave up and in the end I received a correct diagnosis, the appropriate treatment and a cheque for far more than I had expected."
Mr W of Kent