Miss S awarded £1300 in compensation after third party admit liability
Miss S was correctly proceeding along the road when the third party failed to observe and negligently collided into the rear of her car. After searching on Google Miss S came across our website and contacted the road traffic accident claims team and instructed us to pursue a claim on her behalf.
Third party insurer’s position
Initially the third party admitted liability but later advised they were denying liability and investigating matters. We then received correspondence stating liability was admitted.
How Clearwater Solicitors resolved matters
The file was dealt with by Mr Arif.
– The third party had put forward an offer in the sum of £1000 after they had reviewed Miss S’s medical report.
– We advised our client to reject this offer as it was too low. The third party responded stating the offer was not low and that they were not willing to make a higher offer.
– After receiving expert advice off a barrister Shazad made contact with the third party to negotiate settlement of the claim without the need to issue court proceedings. We proposed the claim be settled in the sum of £1300 to which the third party agreed to £1300 in personal injury compensation.
Miss S was satisfied with the increased offer and instructed us to accept the same.
Shazad Arif’s comments on the case
It is very satisfying when our clients receive the compensation they are entitled to. Matters were dealt with quickly because the third party were co-operating meaning the client was happy with the end result.
How Clearwater Solicitors can help you?
If you have been involved in a car accident that was not your fault then contact our expert legal team to discuss your prospects in recovering compensation today on 08000 430 430.