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if I have a case about multiple injuries and broken bones claims
Like any other personal injury, the success of multiple injury claims depends on proving that the other party who caused the accident and your injuries was negligent and at fault.
Proving that legal fault in civil cases is based only on the ‘balance of probabilities’. Even if you were partly to blame for the accident or for the injuries suffered (e.g. the injuries were made worse due to failure to wear a seat belt) it is still possible to make a claim.
The same is true if the driver responsible for your injuries turns out to have no insurance or cannot be traced. A successful claim can still be made through the Motor Insurer’s Bureau (MIB).
Regardless of the severity of the individual injuries, the combination of several types of cracked, broken or crushed bones can have painful and uncertain ongoing implications for your health and mobility. That’s why Access Legal experts may advise you to refuse what appear to be quick and seemingly generous payment offers until you know what your full prognosis might be.
Once you have accepted a settlement, you can’t go back and ask for more to pay for treating unforeseen medical problems that may arise later. It is vital therefore to choose solicitors who have not only the legal expertise but also the patience to handle these cases, usually on a No-Win-No-Fee basis, in order to achieve the best possible long-term result for you and your family.