Questions we are often asked regarding our service. If there is anything to are still unsure about, please call us. We are here to help.
You can claim for compensation for an injury and loss provided the person(s) you are claiming from have been at fault in some way to have caused your injury and loss.
Yes you must ensure that Court proceedings are commenced no more than 3 years from the accident or the event causing the injury or loss.
No, we will enter into an Agreement with you known as a Damages Based Agreement or DBA. We will protect your liability for costs by insuring your claim with an insurance policy which you will not have to pay for, subject to further explanation.
No, your opponent’s costs will be covered by the insurance policy.
It is not possible to say. Every case is different, but we will advise and guide you as to the value of your claim as it proceeds and after a medical report has been obtained.See "payout" page for examples.
Our costs and disbursements will be paid by your opponents.
It depends on the individual claim. You claim damages for pain and suffering. You can claim any loss of earnings incurred as a result of your injury. You can claim for any care and assistance you may have needed either professionally or from family and friends received as a result of your injuries. Call us to find out more.
Yes. We will write to you on a regular basis with the up to date position of your claim.
Yes. We will advise you as to what your claim is worth in our opinion and we will advise you to either accept or reject an offer of compensation. This will be based on our experience and past cases similar to yours.
Yes you can, but it is preferable that some treatment has been provided and that the circumstances of your accident treatment provided is recorded by your G.P. and/or the hospital or in the work-place accident book.
Yes. Witnesses are not essential to bringing a claim but if witnesses are available then the chances of succeeding with your claim will improve.
Probably. This is because a medical report is essential to putting a value on your injuries.
No. We will arrange the examination and provide you with suitable notice of the appointment date and identity of the medical expert.
No. We will ensure that the examination takes place as close to the area where you live as possible.
This is difficult to say and much depends upon whether your opponents admit your claim or not. The average time is under 12 months.
Yes. We will make sure that no delay occurs in your claim and we will progress it as quickly as the circumstances/court procedures allow. We are an IT based company and use e-mail and fax facilities to deal with matters quickly.
It is not possible to say. Much depends upon your opponents and whether or not your claim is admitted or denied. Much depends upon whether your opponents make you a fair offer of damages. Generally very few claims actually progress as far as Court but it is not possible to say that your claim will not go to Court. Only 5% of the cases we have completed in the last 2 years have ended with a full court hearing.
Usually about 28 days sometimes less. It depends how long your opponents’ insurance company take to send the compensation cheque to us.
Yes, if possible, but the quicker you reply the quicker your claim can be progressed.
Yes. We will need to know your new address so that we can ensure that our letters are received by you and this will help to progress your claim more quickly.
We are here to help and advise you of your rights to claim compensation.