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If you have suffered physical, psychological, or financial harm as a result of another individual’s careless actions, you may be able to sue for damages in Warwickshire.
The key thing to note is that you must be able to identify the person or organisation responsible for your injuries, for example, a careless car driver, a thoughtless employer, or an inattentive local authority.
Do not lose out as a result of someone else’s carelessness – sue for damages in Warwickshire
To sue for damages in Warwickshire, all you will need to do is call the Accident Advice Helpline and instruct one of our 100% no-win, no-fee personal injury lawyers to handle your claim.
Following receiving your instructions, your lawyer will send a Letter of Claim to the person or organisation responsible for your accident. In this letter, he or she will inform the guilty party of your intention to sue for damages in Warwickshire. Your lawyer will then retrieve the medical records created in the immediate aftermath of your accident and/or send you for an examination with an independent medical specialist.
He or she will also collect all your receipts, invoices and wage slips and use them calculate the financial losses you have suffered as a result of your injury.
Once your lawyer has valued your losses and expenses, he or she will create a Schedule of Losses to send to the guilty party. Upon receipt of this document, the guilty party must either accept or dispute your claim.
Let our personal injury lawyers take the stress of out negotiating a compensation settlement
If the person or organisation responsible for your accident accepts your claim, your lawyer will negotiate a suitable compensation settlement on your behalf. However, if they dispute your claim, you may need to let a court judge determine whether you deserve to receive compensation from the insurance company of the person or organisation at fault.
If your lawyer believes that it is in your best interests to take your claim through the courts, he or she may be able to arrange for you to receive an interim payment while you wait for your court hearing. Such a payment will help you to meet the cost of any immediate medical treatment you need to improve your quality of life.
To find out more about how we can help with your compensation claim, call us today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, to speak to one of our helpful advisers to get things started.
Date Published: 2nd July 2014
Author: Emma Matthews