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If you have had an accident or an injury, you may be able to make a personal injury claim (get compensation) from the person/people or company you believe is responsible for your accident or injury.

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Process for personal injury claims

Process For Personal Injury Claims


Process for personal injury claims

If you have had an accident or an injury, you may be able to make a personal injury claim (get compensation) from the person/people or company you believe is responsible for your accident or injury.


How can a solicitor help me with my personal injury claim

How can a solicitor help me with mypersonal injury claim?


Making your claim and getting expert option

Making your claim and getting expert option

  • The first step your solicitor will take is to send a claim letter to the person/people or company you are holding responsible for your accident (the defendant). This sets out the details of your injury and what happened.

  • If you need an expert opinion to support your claim- for example, from a doctor - your solicitor will suggest a relevant specialist.

  • The defendant has to reply to the letter within a fixed period- usually no more than three months, and in many cases a much shorter period. In the defendant's reply they must say whether they accept or deny liability for your injury. If they accept liability, your solicitor will try to settle the matter out of court.


Making an offer

Making An offer

The defendant has to reply to the letter within a fixed period- usually no more than three months, and in many cases a much shorter period. In the defendant's reply they must say whether they accept or deny liability for your injury. If they accept liability, your solicitor will try to settle the matter out of court.


Court settlements

Court Settlements

  • If you cannot settle for a fair amount out of court , your solicitor will advise you on whether to start legal action .

  • If the defendant says they are not liable for paying you compensation, Your solicitor may advise you to go to court to challenge them and to ask the court to award you compensation.


Contact us for more information

Contact Us For More Information

Nightingale House,1-3 Brighton RoadCrawleyWest SussexRH10 [email protected]

01293 429 842

http://accidentspecialistscrawley.co.uk/


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