One of the most common questions we’re asked at the beginning of the claim process is about the amount of compensation an injured party may receive. Unfortunately the answer isn’t always straightforward. Our guide explains more.
When you make a claim with Bott and Co, not only are you drawing on a combined 100 years of legal experience representing cyclists, you’re choosing a cyclist to represent you.
Been hit by a car or knocked off your bike? Worried about what to do in the event of a bike accident? Our guide…
The amount of compensation you may receive will depend on how severe your injuries are and how they may affect other aspects of your life. You can also claim for any out of pocket expenses you may have.
Motorcycle accidents often involve serious injury and motorcyclists need specialist legal support and expertise to help them secure the maximum compensation and best possible rehabilitation after the accident.
Whiplash is the most common injury in road traffic accidents and if you’ve suffered a whiplash injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault then you could be legally entitled to compensation for your pain and inconvenience.
Claims for compensation following a car accident can be made up to three years after the accident occurred or three years after you discovered the injury was linked to the accident – whichever date is later.
While some insurers offer compensation to people who haven’t had a medical examination (a pre-med offer) we strongly recommend that you visit your GP to explain the symptoms and allow them to diagnose your whiplash injury.
Being involved in a car accident can be very upsetting and a frightening experience. If you’ve been in an accident you should try and stay calm and follow our guidelines on what to do and what information you need to collect.
Whiplash symptoms can last from a few days to many months and even longer, depending on the severity of the injury. Read our guide for further information or call our team for a free claim consultation.
Whiplash is one of the most common injuries in road traffic accidents and has been the subject of much debate. Our guide focuses on what symptoms you might have if you’ve suffered a whiplash injury.
Whether you’ve suffered a personal injury sustained from a road traffic accident, or an accident at work, or out and about, then it is likely that your solicitor will ask you to attend a medical appointment.
During the course of your personal injury claim your solicitor may receive a Part 36 offer from the other side.
This is an offer to settle the claim without having to go to court. It’s also possible (but not as common) to make a Part 36 offer to the third party to try and get them to settle the claim earlier.