According to Law a claimant must produce appropriate evidence along with his/her case in front of a court to associate facts with unproven claims. Although most personal injury claims are settled without the involvement of the court it is a good idea to be prepared in advance.
Gathering evidence should be done at the early stages of making a claim. To have a strong claim you must prove that the accident was someone else’s fault. Sometimes it is very difficult to decide who was at fault. However experienced personal injury solicitors Accrington can discuss and identify the various aspects that might possibly increase your chances of success. To be able to successfully recover compensation for personal injury and/or loss arising out of an accident it is vital to prove the following:
- A duty of care was owed to you by the party or person at fault at the time of the accident.
- There was a breach in the duty of care.
- This breach caused loss to you and/or your property.
- That your injury or loss was considered to be a possible consequence of a breach of duty of care.
If you can produce evidence of the above, you have a right to claim compensation from the individual(s) who caused the accident. However, it is not always the person responsible who has to pay the compensation amount. For example, if the accident was caused by an employee of a company, a claim may be filed against the employer or company involved.
Walker Wise Personal Injury Solicitors Accrington are considered to be amongst the most professional solicitors in the UK. Our expert solicitors deliver quality services at competitive rates with a ‘no win no fee’ agreement. Contact us right away by phone on 01254 300966 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.