Do any time limits apply to claims?

Absolutely – in fact there are quite a few. Which is why it is so important to get legal advice at an early stage. A procedural time limit you should be made aware of is the obligation to serve a notice of claim form on the person a t fault within 9 months of the [...]

By |March 12th, 2016|Comments Off on Do any time limits apply to claims?

Is it likely my matter will go to court?

It’s high unlikely your claim would end up in court. The vast majority of claims settle: only about 2% of matters actually reach a trial.  And those cases are often highly contentious or have some obvious technical issue involved.  These types of cases can usually be identified at any early stage in the life of a claim: [...]

By |March 10th, 2016|Comments Off on Is it likely my matter will go to court?

What’s involved in bringing a claim?

The first step in any claim is to serve a claim form on the person at fault and ask them to pass that form onto their insurer (if they have one) The person/insurer will then investigate the circumstances of the accident. They will have six months in which to determine whether they are going to [...]

By |March 10th, 2016|Comments Off on What’s involved in bringing a claim?