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Claims arising from the loss of a loved one come at an already difficult time and can add to the trauma, stress and sense of loss. If an inquest is to be held, it may be necessary to liaise with the coroner at this stressful time.
In practical terms, the death of a spouse or close relative can result in devastating financial consequences for the family. Clearly, any financial compensation can never redress the loss felt, but may achieve some much needed future security.
At Penningtons Manches Cooper we are very aware of the added emotional strain in these cases and the need for particular sensitivity.
Where an inquest is to be held, we can provide information on coronial law and arrange representation to raise legitimate questions and advise on the findings and any further action that may be appropriate.
Penningtons Manches Cooper's experienced team can advise in relation to a wide range of claims:
Pursuing a claim for an elderly gentleman who was dropped by the ambulance crew while being taken to hospital causing an acute subdural haemorrhage – although the crew failed to inform anyone and he died before surgery.
Achieving damages for a 42 year old woman who tragically died when a malignant ovarian cyst was not diagnosed for over eight months during which the cancer spread despite major surgery and five courses of chemotherapy.
Investigating the case of an elderly patient in hospital with a known bowel obstruction. She collapsed and subsequently died after the hospital failed to resuscitate her as an emergency and performed the wrong operation for her condition.