Bereavement Damages

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A Sensitive Service For Bereavement Claims

Bereavement Damages, sometimes known as a bereavement award, is financial compensation, awarded to the partner of the deceased following the death of a loved one who has died after an illness or injury caused in whole or in part by another.

In England and Wales, these damages can currently only be claimed by the deceased person’s spouse or civil partner, or the parents of a minor, if they were unmarried and under the age of 18.

Everyone knows that no amount of money can make up for the loss of a loved one, but the purpose of Bereavement Damages is to recognise, as far as is possible, the loss, together with the grief and sorrow caused by the death of the person concerned.

As specialists in the field, Tinsdills are able to help you claim the Bereavement Damages to which you are entitled, following the death of a loved one.

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    Bereavement Claims Solicitors You Can Trust

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    Here at Tinsdills, we recognise that nothing we do can compensate for the loss of your loved one. However, we are able to help you take advantage of the various legal options available to obtain any compensation that you are entitled to following the death of a loved one, including Bereavement Damages and dependency losses, both financial and non-financial.

    We realise that a claim is not going to be easy for you emotionally, as it can often seem that a financial value is being put on your loved one’s life. It is important to remember that this is not the purpose of Bereavement Damages, but rather that they exist to recognise that the loss has occurred, and compensate for the impact, both emotional and practical, that this will have had upon you and your life.

    We have a dedicated team of specialists on hand to support, advise and represent you in relation to the claim that you wish to make.

    Most of all, we understand that bereavement cases involve some of the most distressing and complex emotions. As a result, all of our solicitors are vastly experienced at handling such cases with the utmost sensitivity and care. As ever, our clients are our first and only priority.

    With our team of specialists, you are sure to find us understanding and knowledgeable when it comes to claims of this nature. When you contact us, we will talk through the detail of your situation, as it may be that you are entitled to more than just Bereavement Damages.

    “Thank you for helping make everything as easy and stress-free as possible. We really appreciate everything you have done and all the hard work you have put in.”

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    Read the thoughts of a few of our happy clients, all of whom have some nice things to say about working with us at Tinsdills. 

    “Very pleased with the service from Tinsdills. Always a quick response to any queries I’ve had and a fantastic result. I will recommend Tinsdills to my family and friends if they sustain injuries from an accident.”

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    Contact Us To Discuss Your Bereavement Claim

    Call us on 01782 652363 for an initial consultation.

    A member of our friendly team will discuss all of the options available to you under the law, to help ensure you can fully benefit from whatever you are entitled to during what is sure to be a very difficult and upsetting time in your life.

    With our offices in Hanley, Leek, Sandbach and Newcastle-under-Lyme, we are able to offer a first class legal advice to you concerning any claim you wish to make.

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    Hanley: 01782 262031

    Newcastle: 01782 612311

    Sandbach: 01270 761111

    Leek: 01538 399332


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