Accident Claims: Judgement In Default Of Defence

Accident Claims Solicitor Judgement In Default Of Defence

How does your solicitor obtain a “judgement in default” in accident compensation claims? Once either you or your solicitor has issued proceedings at court and served those proceedings on the Defendant (the person you are making your claim against and hold responsible for your accident) – the Defendant must acknowledge receipt and provide a Defence. […]

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Who Is To Blame For Injury In A UK Accident Claim

How does you lawyer show who is to blame for an accident in which you have suffered injury in the UK? “Who is to blame” is another way of saying that someone is “legally at fault”, “legally responsible” or “legally liable” to pay you compensation for your injuries following an accident – whether it be […]

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Prove Medical Causation As A Matter Of Law In Personal Injury Claims

Prove Medical Causation Personal Injury Claims

UK personal injury solicitor explains why you must prove that your injuries were caused by the negligence of another to win your compensation claim – known as the causation principle To win a claim for compensation an accident victim must show that the negligence of another caused injuries. Medical causation is proved typically by your […]

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How Much UK Accident Compensation For Broken Bones?

Compensation Amounts For Fractured Bones The amount of compensation you can receive for fracture claims and broken bones depends on two main factors: 1. Which bone of the body has been injured – a broken little toe will attract far less compensation than a broken vertebrae of the spine. 2. The type of fracture that […]

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Extension Of Time To Claim UK Injury Compensation

Solicitor Explains Whether You Need An Extension Of Time To Claim Compensation In The UK Following An Accident Before you ask whether you need an extension of time to start your claim for compensation following an injury in the UK – you should first consider the following factors: 1. Are you out of time to […]

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