If someone you love dies in circumstances that are sudden, suspicious or unexplained, or in circumstances that give rise to a serious public concern a Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) may take place. The purpose of an FAI is to determine:
As a fact-finding exercise FAIs help try and prevent other similar tragedies occurring in the future. However, as the focus is on broad public issues you, as a family member, may struggle to find the answers that you need to help you grieve. If your loved one’s death is the subject of an FAI, and you want to have your views heard, then we can help.
Ronnie Conway specialises in representing family members in FAIs and giving them a voice at a distressing and stressful time. He has represented families in some high profile FAIs, most recently the family of Stephenie Tait in the George Square Bin Lorry FAI. His skill and compassion enables families to obtain the answers they need and helps them understand the circumstances that led to the death of their loved one.
Being involved with a case at such an early stage also puts you in a stronger position should a claim be necessary.
From your first contact, getting you the best outcome is our focus, and we work hard to make sure we do. Our experience ensures that we work efficiently - listening to you and keeping you informed – and effectively; getting you the right compensation for your claim. To get started, contact us today by calling 0800 009 6953 or complete our online enquiry form.