WHAT IS FATAL INJURY?
Fatal injury means an injury suffered by a victim in an accident that results in his or her death within 30 days of the date of the accident.
This tragedy causes someone to die and particular one which causes damage or injury. Fatality, human death as a result of an accident or a disaster.
WHEN I MAKE A FATAL INJURY CLAIM?
Claims of tragic accident or acts of unintentional injury occur in cases where one person has died as a result of another person’s unlawful actions. It is a deceased person’s dependants who put a fatal allegation of an accident against the wrongdoer.
The applicable law specifies that in relation to the death, only one claim can be brought against the same person. This has to be carried in on behalf of all dependants of the deceased. If you have had the horrible experience of losing a loved one and think that you might qualify for a claim for a fatal accident. A significant thing to consider in any claim of personal injury is obtaining proof of the harm done. This is generally illustrated by reliable evidence such as medical records, or a medical practitioner report that supports the argument. The harm done by a fatal injury and it goes without saying, is death.