The loss of a loved one will touch us all at some point in our lives. However, a death that was caused by someone else’s carelessness results in far more than just grief. Family members may feel anger, frustration, and an overwhelming sense of injustice that their loved one was taken from them—and they may be wondering who can be held accountable for the loss.
These situations are difficult enough without the added sense of “what if?” that follows negligence. That is why lawyer Ronnie Conway wrote the book Wrongful Death in Scotland: A Guide to Obtaining Justice and Financial Compensation. When you download your free copy, you will get the information you need to address your immediate concerns, as well as a guide to your remedies under the law.
In this book, you will learn:
- The steps to take after the death of a loved one in Scotland
- The legal definition of wrongful death
- Common accidents and injuries that can give rise to a wrongful death claim
- Who can be held liable in death cases
- The difference between civil and criminal liability for a wrongful death
- How to gather evidence that will prove negligence
- Time limits on bringing a claim in Scotland
- How Fatal Accident Inquiries affect your case
- Kinds of damages you could recover
- Which relatives can legally file a wrongful death claim
- Examples of recent awards in successful cases
- How to choose the right lawyer for this type of case
- What to expect in your first meeting with your lawyer
- An overview of the legal process in a wrongful death claim
Request Our Complimentary Book to Get the Answers You Need
The Conway Accident Law Practice would like to extend our deepest condolences to you and your family at this difficult time, and we sincerely hope the information within brings you peace of mind. To request your copy of Wrongful Death in Scotland: A Guide to Obtaining Justice and Financial Compensation, fill out the form below. You will receive an email with a link to download this helpful guide.