Generally you have two years within which to bring your claim. It is important that your claim should be brought at the earliest possible opportunity following your injury. If your claim is not made within two years of the accident, your claim becomes statute barred and no claim for compensation can then be made.
To succeed you must be able to show that some other person was at fault and caused the accident and injury you sustained. In some cases it will be clear that you have a good prospect of success. However, in other cases this may not be so.
It is in nobody’s interest to pursue a claim that has a slim chance of success so we will provide you with sound legal advice from the start. We offer assistance and advice using plain language to guide you through every step in this process once we are satisfied that you have a good case.
For Personal Injuries, most cases must now be brought to the Injuries Board for assessment. We will assist you in the completion of the appropriate forms and advise you and assist you in your decision to accept or reject the Injury Board's assessment. We will assist and represent you through this process.
If you would like to discuss your case you may contact us by phone or through the schedule a consultation button above.
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