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Is there a time limit to bring a personal injury claim under public liability?

2019-03-29T10:39:41+00:00

If you have an accident due to public liability, it is advisable to contact a personal injury solicitor as soon as possible to discuss making a claim. In England and Wales, there is a time limit of three years from the date of accident to make a claim for injury. Once this date has passed, you may not be able to claim compensation. There are some claims that have a shorter limitation. If you have suffered an injury and believe you may have a public liability claim, do not delay seeking legal advice on the same.

Is there a time limit to bring a personal injury claim under public liability?2019-03-29T10:39:41+00:00

Is my job at risk if I make a claim for personal injury following an Accident at Work?

2019-03-28T14:13:37+00:00

If you suffer an accident at work through the negligence of your employer or their employees, servants or agents, you are entitled to bring a claim for personal injury. Your job should not be affected however if you were to lose your job because you made a claim for injury, then you would most likely have a claim for unfair dismissal. If your injuries prevent you from continuing in the same job role, you may have a claim for having to move to a different job role.

Is my job at risk if I make a claim for personal injury following an Accident at Work?2019-03-28T14:13:37+00:00
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