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    Legal help to claim compensation in Shropshire


    Should get legal help to claim compensation in Shropshire?

    If you are thinking about making an injury claim and you are considering getting legal help to claim compensation in Shropshire, you will have no doubt had a look on the internet to discover a bit more about personal injuries and the claim process. There is a lot of information available on the web, but there is no denying that it can be a little bit confusing and overwhelming. Most people want to simply know whether they have the basis for a claim, and finding the answer can be a tough challenge, which is why we have put this post together. Read on to discover the three key questions you need to ask yourself to determine whether you should make a claim.

    Key questions when considering getting legal help to claim compensation in Shropshire

    Who caused the accident? Before getting Legal help to claim compensation in Shropshire, the most important thing you need to do is establish who is to blame for the accident and the nature of the injuries you have sustained. In order to be entitled to compensation you need to show that someone else acted negligently or made an error that resulted in the incident in question. You certainly won’t be able to make a claim if you were entirely to blame, yet if you were partially involved you may still be entitled to compensation, although the sum will be smaller to reflect your involvement.

    Did you see a doctor for your injuries? A lot of people are tempted to avoid going to the doctor when they have only sustained a minor injury. Instead, they would rather cope with it themselves. Not only is this not recommended for your health, but it will also destroy your chances of making a claim. The medical report provided by your doctor is the most pivotal piece of evidence and is required to determine how much compensation you will be entitled to.

    When did the accident occur? Finally, the date of the incident is important because there is a three-year time limit on all personal injury cases. This starts from the date of the accident and court proceedings must be issued within this time frame. However, if your injuries have developed over time, such as industrial diseases and vibration white finger, you will have three years from the date of your diagnosis instead.

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    Date Published: 31st May 2015

    Author: David Brown

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