By the end of June, it looks like it will be another month until the lawyers for the thousands of people who have died in the crash of a train on the London Underground will be given a final say over the death of their loved ones.
But lawyers who have worked with families of the victims of the London Train derailment, and their families, say they still face challenges.
Some of those they have represented are on the verge of losing their homes and are not even able to pay their mortgage.
And others are still waiting for compensation from the Transport for London and its regulator, the Department for Transport, and have not been able to access their own compensation.
Theresa May is facing a backlash from both the families of those killed and the public over the accident which has caused major damage to the economy and caused a national debate about the role of the private sector in the safety of trains.
But she is expected to make her decision in the coming days and a group of lawyers will make the final call on who gets compensation from Transport for England.
The lawyer group representing families of passengers on the train said they have not yet had a chance to discuss the compensation with May.
But they are already looking at what options they have for the next month.
Some family members of victims, including the three sisters who died, have already begun contacting the media.
And in the last few days, the families have started a petition on Change.org calling on the government to pay for the families’ funerals.
The petition has already attracted more than 40,000 signatures.
One of the families, whose mother was on the platform at the time of the derailment when it occurred, has not yet responded to requests for comment.
The families are planning a public protest in support of the decision.
The Department for Transportation says it has already started to work with the families to decide what will happen to the families and to their property.
But the Department said it was still looking at all the information and could not comment further until a decision had been made.
A spokesman said: “The government is committed to ensuring that all the families involved in the London Trains accident receive the compensation they are entitled to under the law.
We have already started work with Transport for the injured and dead families.”
A spokesman for Transport for East London (TfE), the local authority in charge of rail safety in London, said:”We are aware of the concerns raised by some of the bereaved families who are currently appealing the coroner’s verdict on the compensation compensation of their bereaved loved ones who died on the Tube in April 2015.”
He added: “We will continue to work closely with the bereavement families and with the Department of Transport to ensure they receive the support they need to receive compensation for their losses.”
A spokeswoman for Transport For London said: ‘We’re continuing to work through the details with the family to understand what the government’s position is and will provide further updates in due course.’