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Making A Claim? - Person injury, damages, or compensation. Making a claim need not be difficult and it doesn’t need to be stressful. The tricky part is ensuring that you get the compensation you deserve. Is your injury, claim or compensation a direct result of the actions or negligence of another person or organisation? If so,there may be a case to claim financial compensation from those at fault.
Time Limits - There are different time limits and some may time bar your ability to claim, others may cause your claim to be mitigated due to the inability to gather evidence or prove facts. You should get legal advice urgently if you want to claim for any compensation.
There are four simple steps to making a claim:
Get In Touch. - Call or email us today, why not request a callback at a time to suit you and have a chat with one of our advisors.
Free Initial Consultation. - Take advantage of a no obligation or cost initial consultation. The best way to get started is to get the facts and when you can find out for free it could not be easier.
Getting You The Best Advice. - If you choose to proceed with a claim, we will match you with specialist lawyers.
Our No Win No Fee Service. - We will look after you and your claim. From start to finish,we’re here to help you get the compensation you deserve. In a ‘nutshell’ you only pay a fee if you receive compensation.
Some Facts - The most common claim in a personal injury case is negligence and the time limit for this is 3 years. This means that court proceedings must be issued within 3 years of you first being aware that you have suffered an injury. In some cases, a court may decide to extend a time limit, depending on the circumstances of the case.
What Happens During The Claim? - Our personal injury solicitors will discuss your injury or accident claim with you in detail, including how you have been affected, the costs and impact on your life. They’ll need to know about any reports, pictures, videos, medical evidence and witnesses you may have.
Negotiating Your Compensation. - Lawyers are there to do the hard work, the negotiations and to play ‘hard ball’ on your behalf. You’ll be kept regularly updated on the progress of your claim and when the time comes, they will be there to help you to decide whether to accept any compensation offers.