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if I have a case about back, neck and spine injury
Like any road traffic accident, you may have a case for making a back, neck and spine injury settlement claim if you can prove that the other party was at fault for causing the accident and your injuries.
Proving that legal fault in car crash neck injury or any other type of case is based only on the ‘balance of probabilities’. Even if you were partly to blame for the accident or the injuries you sustained (e.g. you were considered to be contributory negligent by not wearing a seat belt) it is still possible to make a claim.
Because symptoms associated with some kinds of injury may not become apparent until weeks or months after even a seemingly minor accident, it is unwise to assume that an immediate, obvious, injury is the full extent of the damage. Just because you feel well at the moment doesn’t mean you will stay that way.
We at Access Legal may advise you to refuse what appear to be quick and generous pay-out award offers which do not take account of further medical problems you might develop. Once you have settled your case, you can’t go back and ask for more to pay for unforeseen additional treatments that are required.
That’s why it is vital to make sure your chosen car accident solicitors have the expertise and patience to handle your claim, usually on a No-Win-No-Fee basis, and the experience to judge whether you claim might be successful.