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Claiming Compensation

When claiming compensation, it is necessary to prove that the other person was negligent. That is, any damage or injury was caused wholly or in part by lack of reasonable care by that other person in the driving, control or maintenance of her or his vehicle. It is important to realise that an injured party must be able to establish someone else was negligent. Simply being injured in an accident does not automatically result in an injured party being compensated.

Types of loss and time limits  :  Last Revised: Fri May 22nd 2020
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