If you've had a non-fault accident, find out what you can claim for, and how much you can claim. What exactly is a non-fault car accident? Essentially, a non-fault accident is when another party is at fault. In order to make a compensation claim, it must be possible to prove that the other party is at fault for the accident.
I always enjoyed problem-solving and felt strongly about social justice, which gave me an appetite to fight cases for the man on the street against those who did not want to be accountable. Being the youngest of four siblings meant that I often had to adopt clever arguments to get my voice heard.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has recently issued a warning to personal injury solicitors regarding potential fraud in personal injury cases. The warning covers several types of fraud, including cold calling, acting on instructions without client approval and bringing claims without a client's knowledge.
A circuit judge has rejected a claim of fundamental dishonesty that would have dislodged the protection of qualified one-way costs shifting against a claimant who lost at trial. He held that "merely because an account of an accident has been rejected does not, to my mind, equate to fundamental dishonesty".