Probably, yes. When making your UK accident claim, if you feel you qualify for a compensation award for personal injury, that you will need to prove the accident was not your fault. Also, if you feel the third party is responsible for the damage to your vehicle and that their insurance should pay for it rather than your own, and then you will need a witness to support your no win no fee claim.
In Australia, the right of persons to write a will is recognised without imposing constraints that may force a definition of fairness upon such individuals. Persons making a will therefore have a right to write a will that may not fit the normal concept of fairness to all potential dependants, heirs, and family members. This right unfortunately can lead to situations that the law considers “grossly unfair” to certain parties who may be valuable members of the deceased’s family. In such situations, some states’ legislation provides for a process in which parties can legally contest a will that is grossly unfair. Lawyers provide services to parties who can demonstrate reasonable cause for contesting a will. [Read more…]
If you have been injured in an accident and you are thinking about making a claim, then you may have reservations about doing so because of the potential costs involved. [Read more…]
An accident, whether it be a car accident, truck accident, trip and fall (or slip and fall), or a workplace accident can be stressful and interrupt the delicate flow and balance of a persons life. If the accident wasn’t your fault, you may have an accident injury claim, a settlement from which can reimburse you for medical expenses, lost wages and other damages and set the pieces of your life back together. [Read more…]