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Frequently asked questions

Click here to review some of the types of accident claims for which you may be entitled to take action - Types of Accident.

Complete our Free Legal Assessment Form and we will provide you with a speedy assessment of your accident claim and pursue your case on a No Win - No Fee basis.

Every year, around 3 million people suffer a personal injury from an accident that wasn't their fault. Yet amazingly, only a quarter of them ever consider claiming compensation. Many people don't even realise that they can make a claim, or else they think it's too complicated, time consuming and costly. But that's where they're wrong!

What is the Procedure?

We will first need to investigate your claim by obtaining evidence from yourself and other witnesses as appropriate. This may take a few weeks and we may need to either visit you to obtain a statement or discuss the matter fully over the telephone so that we have all of the details relating to the accident and the injuries and losses sustained.

We will then need to write a letter of claim to the other party's Insurers in accordance with the "Pre-Action Protocol". This is the set of Rules laid down by the Courts, which govern the way in which claims proceed before a legal action is begun. The Insurers then have 3 months to investigate the claim, after which time they must confirm whether or not liability for the accident is contested.

If liability is disputed, we need to consider taking the matter further through Court Proceedings, which have their own comprehensive guidelines as to how a claim is brought. The decision as to whether a legal action is begun will depend upon whether your claim has reasonable prospects of succeeding if it were to go before the Court, and we will advise you fully about this throughout your claim.

If liability is not in dispute, then we will be in a position to begin negotiations to settle your claim (subject to the injuries having recovered or stabilized - see above). Before we can settle the claim, however, we need to have obtained a full medical report setting out the complete picture with regard to the extent of the injuries and the long-term prognosis.

It is important to make sure that the doctor who examines you in order to prepare a medical report is made aware of the full extent of your symptoms so that the proper value of the claim can be determined, particularly since under the Court Rules introduced in April 1999 his/her evidence is binding on both parties if they have agreed the use of that particular doctor.

Obviously, the matters dealt with above may answer only a few of the questions that you might have about the conduct of your claim. If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact Tim Cook for further information.

Simply complete the Free Legal Assessment Form and we will let you know if your claim is likely to succeed and how we can ensure that you are NOT one of the millions of people who miss out on their just entitlements to compensation.

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