When making a claim there are a lot of aspects of the procedure that you may not be aware of. Just making an injury claim in Laceby isn’t that straight forward. There is a process and many conjunctions involved which is why it can take a little time to complete a case when fighting for compensation.
Responsibility and Evidence
Much of the process of putting forward a claim for compensation involves in depth conversations between both legal parties involved. They make regular contact between the parties discussing and proposing figures for compensation.
The amount of compensation rewarded depends heavily on many different factors within the case of an injury claim in Laceby. One of the key factors being responsibility. If you were not at all responsible then the amount of compensation you will be able to claim will be much higher than if you were partially responsible for the accident in question.
Compensation also depends upon the satisfaction of the evidence that was provided. Evidence is needed in order to prove that you were not responsible for the accident you were involved in. Pure hearsay cannot win a case so physical evidence is needed to aid your legal representative in winning your case.
What Happens After Making a Claim in Laceby?
After you have made a claim for compensation your legal representative will put together a case including all of the evidence that you have provided to prove your innocence. With these facts and figures they will fight the case and do most of the work for you.
Within the next few weeks your representative will be communicating with the defending party to state the accusations and bring forward any evidence they deem necessary. Communicating regularly discussions will continue until a decision has made as to who the responsible party of the accident was and the total sum of compensation that will be rewarded.
Making a claim doesn’t need to be something you do on your own. If you need help on where to start or who to talk to about how to start pushing forward a claim give us a call at Accident Advice Helpline. We have a team of friendly advisers who will be able to help answer some questions you have and help guide you in the right direction. Give us a call today on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 17th October 2013
Author: David Brown