Harding Evans have been appointed as the Recognised Legal Representative for ‘Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice Cymru’, who have been granted Core Participant status in the Covid-19 UK Public Inquiry.
Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice Cymru have been granted core participant status in Module 1, Module 2, Module 2B, Module 3, and Module 4. In broad terms:
With UK Covid-19 Public Inquiry already underway, we are working with ‘Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice Cymru’, to assist them in their efforts to ensure that they are able to take part in the Inquiry and that the voices of the bereaved in Wales are heard.
One of the key objectives is to seek greater transparency and accountability of the events that impacted, not only those who sadly died in Wales, but the families they have left behind.
We have instructed a team of Wales and London based barristers who are highly specialised in English and Welsh law and policy (and public inquiry work).
Therefore, should you wish to be represented at the Inquiry, please see how you can get involved below.
Anyone who has lost a loved one to Covid-19 in Wales is able to join the Group and benefit from legal representation by Harding Evans. Such legal representation will be at no cost to you.
Please click the button below to complete the sign up form and a member of our team will be in touch to assist you in opening your case.
We encourage all bereaved families to join the Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice Cymru group, which you can do through Facebook.
By signing up, you will receive regular updates on the Covid-19 Inquiry, practical support on making a complaint and the opportunity to share your story with the media, should you wish.
If you are not a user of Facebook, or would prefer not to join the Facebook Group, please let us know and we can find a suitable alternative way for you to join the Group and obtain representation.