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The law on making a claim

Q. The law on making a claim has changed, how will this affect me?

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Q. The law on making a claim has changed, how will this affect me?
A. In April 2013, the Government changed the law on how most personal injury claims are run, including how they are funded. This has left some people unsure about how, or if, they can make a claim following an accident or an injury.

Rest assured that whilst the legal system has changed, our commitment to you has not. In these times of change, trust Thompsons to stand up for you and your family and guide you through the changes.

We will invest our specialist personal injury expertise into each and every case; fight hard for the maximum compensation in the shortest possible time and we will be open and transparent about fees or costs.

Clear Answers' specialist personal injury lawyers are waiting to provide you with expert legal advice. We specialise in all types of personal injury compensation claims.

If you or a family member has been injured through no fault of your own, please ring us on 0800 783 9019 and speak to one of our advisers. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and to talk you through the claims process in plain English. Alternatively, please complete one of our online compensation claim forms and a representative will contact you as quickly as possible.

Please visit our section on information and advice for more details on making a personal injury compensation claim, or our gathering information and evidence section for details on what to do if you are involved in an accident. .

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