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Widower Compensation

Claims for compensation concerning the death of a wife can be upsetting and stressful for the surviving partner. There is no amount of money that can fill the emptiness in one’s life because of the death of a partner but it can help the individual in overcoming the financial turmoil they have had to suffer.

The legal process in these claims can be complex, hence it is advantageous to pursue such claims via specialist personal injury Solicitors. Widower compensation can encompass the pain and suffering the victim went through from the date of injury to death, funeral expenses, medical expenses in the treatment of the deceased, a bereavement award and a dependency award for the financial looses the widower has suffered as a result of their partners death.
The compensation provides the widower with full financial support at this emotionally disturbing time.

By getting in touch with a Solicitor, you can make sure the claim for compensation for the death of your wife is run smoothly. Cooks Legal will notify you as to the appropriate way to proceed with the case in order to get maximum compensation. We are experienced in dealing with fatal accident cases and with our expert knowledge, skill and experience we can get you the compensation you are rightfully entitled to. We understand and are sensitive to the emotional state of the widower, and will ensure the process is as easy for the client as can be.

We work on a no win no fee basis, guaranteeing you get all the compensation amount awarded on winning your case.  


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