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Hampson Hughes Solicitors Liverpool offer vast experience in assisting those who have suffered the loss of a loved one through dangerous driving. Causing death by careless driving can lead to a sentence for death by dangerous driving in some cases, but what happens to the family of the deceased? It is a tough and upsetting time for any family that has lost a loved one due to a road traffic accident. We are here to provide legal help to clients in Liverpool and the UK at this distressing time, guiding them through the legal claim process in simple terms and putting together a case for your death by dangerous driving claim that could help you secure maximum compensation.
Our team is experienced in all matters related to fatal road traffic accident compensation and we are here to help our clients through the entire process, answering any questions they have at any point and ensuring that they are fully aware of all aspects of the claim. Causing death by dangerous driving should lead to a sentence for death by careless driving for the person responsible for the accident and we want to ensure that those who have suffered the loss of a loved one receive the right financial support at this difficult time.
Two of the most common offences include:
Driving Whilst Intoxicated – A sentence for death by dangerous driving may be handed out to those who have caused death by driving whilst intoxicated. Intoxication covers not only alcohol levels, but also the incorrect use of prescription medications or ignoring specific related advice for medication.
Driving Whilst Tired – Another common reason for accidents causing death by careless driving is that of drivers who are tired at the wheel. A road traffic accident caused by a driver being tired at the wheel does not necessarily mean that they have fallen asleep whilst driving. Tiredness can affect reaction times, cause blurred vision and impair our decision-making skills.
When it comes to seeking death by careless driving compensation in Liverpool or elsewhere in England or Wales, there are three main parties that can legally claim:
Direct Dependents of the Deceased –
Dependents can make the death by careless driving compensation claim. A dependent can be:
Estate of the Deceased – In some cases, the deceased will have left a business as part of the estate. In certain instances, the estate can seek death by dangerous driving compensation to help cover serious potential problems for the business.
Start your claim with Hampson Hughes Solicitors.
The cost of making a compensation for death by careless driving claim may seem prohibitive to many families, but Hampson Hughes are here to ensure you receive the help you need. Give our legal team a call and we will be able to talk through available funding options, including any relevant insurance policy that covers the cost of a claim.
For the majority of our clients who have lost a loved one in a road traffic accident, we can represent on ‘No Win, No Fee’ terms, utilising a CFA (Conditional Fee Agreement). A CFA makes sure that, should your death by dangerous driving claim be unsuccessful, you will not have to pay a penny towards the related costs. Our legal team has a wealth of experience in these types of claims, working in your interests to secure maximum compensation for death by dangerous driving incidents, to help those who relied financially on the victim of such an event.