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When a loved one has passed away from suspected medical negligence then an inquest will be held to investigate how exactly they died and why these errors occurred.

   

This can be an upsetting and stressful time for the family involved but can hopefully provide them with the answers to questions they have and some hope that this will not happen again to anyone else in the future.

   

An inquest can help to provide expert medical opinions and evidence needed to bring a successful claim for negligence. Whilst no sum of money can bring back a loved one, some comfort can be taken when compensation can cover any hardships that families are put in as a result of their passing.

   

For guidance and support through a medical negligence claim where someone has sadly died, please call our sensitive and compassionate team who will personally handle your case with dignity and patience. Call us on 01256 844888 or email enquiries@lambbrooks.com

 

"My case has just been won and has been successful and it would not have been the case without Hayley and Victoria from this amazing team! They have so much knowledge and know exactly what they are doing. I would highly recommend Lamb Brooks Solicitors to anyone. If you want that personal feel, someone who takes the time to understand and someone who has time to talk to you then this is the place for you!! Thankyou again so much! "

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