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I know someone who has been trying to claim compensation for a injury that occured in July 2015. The solicitors and company are taking so long to complete the claim. The result of the injury is bad enough requiring daily medication and walking issues, which no one really understands apart from you has had it before. Major distress in making appointments and contacting the solicitor has happen over the past 3 years can you be compensated for it either through making a complaint against your solicitor or other bodies?

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Thread moved to General Legal Issues Forum...please continue to post here to your thread.

 

The most common claim in a personal injury case is negligence and the time limit for this is three years. This means that court proceedings must be issued within three years of you first being aware that you have suffered an injury....you may possibly be out of time ?

 

 

Andy


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Hi

 

What date did they initially start this Personal Injury Claim with that Solicitor?

 

Did they Sign an Agreement with the Solicitor for there services with this Personal Injury Claim? (do you have a copy of what you signed?)

 

What they need to do initially if they are unhappy with the services the Solicitor has provided is to make a written Formal Complaint to the Solicitor Firm. (check if they have a website to see if they display anything about complaints)

 

These SRA links may be of use:

 

https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/problems.page

 

http://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check.page


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