Fatal Accidents Act: Is it time for a change?

Stephanie Prior reports on whether cohabitees are at a disadvantage claiming damages ‘The law remains unchanged. Cohabitees who have a tie of love and affection for each other, and live together for over two years at the time of their partner’s death, are precluded from being awarded bereavement damages.’ There is no remedy for dependants …
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