A Manchester councillor has criticised a legal services firm for using the Manchester Arena bombing in a social media posts advertising compensation claims.
The advert from Cromwell Seymour read: "Manchester Arena victim? "Whether it be physical, emotional or even loss, we at Cromwell Seymour have the expertise."
Councillor Adele Douglas said it is "ambulance chasing of the worst kind".
The bombing at the Arena claimed 22 lives and left more than 260 people injured, some extremely seriously.
600 more people reported at least psychological harm.
Under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme, injured victims, or the families of those killed, apply to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
In response, Cromwell Seymour vigorously defended its campaign and said it "took the decision to publicise this opportunity only after investigating and considering it very carefully".