Wills and personal injury claims

Advice and assistance from Cohen Cramer Solicitors

 

Hopefully you are recovering from your accident. However as can be appreciated, accidents can happen to any of us at any time.

Taking the law of unintended consequences further, you may not be aware that if for any reason, you were to die during the period of your claim the right to continue it and to recover damages will pass to your Estate. However if you do not have a Will then this may lead to complications and delays in administering your Estate  This can severely hamper your claim and effect the collection and distribution of any compensation that may be due to you.

There are a number of other reasons why you should consider making a Will, including the chance this will give you to make your wishes known on how your assets should be distributed.

We are happy to offer you, through our experienced and knowledgeable Probate Team, a fully prepared Will to ensure these difficulties do not arise. What’s more we will do so on a no win no fee basis so that you only pay for it if you are successful in your claim. If your claim is unsuccessful we will not charge you a penny for the drafting and preparation of your will. If you do get compensation then we will deduct the sum of £250 (plus vat) from your compensation to cover the cost of the Will.  If your claim is not successful then you get a free Will.

You do not have to appoint us to act as your executors but it may make it easier to progress your claim if you do so. If you already have a Will but want to amend it to make Cohen Cramer Solicitors the Executors so as to allow us to continue with your claim without interruption then we are more than happy to take on this responsibility.

Once your claim is concluded your Will continues to give you the protection and assurance that you and your loved ones need.  If you wish you can appoint fresh Executors however you may wish to leave us as the named Executors so that we can keep your Will safe and deal with your requirements in the event of your death.

We know that the discussion of death can be difficult, however we believe it is our duty to advise you so as to reduce the administration and inconvenience to you and your loved ones.

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