Instigating a personal injury claim against an employer or third party may seem like a stressful undertaking. However, taking the necessary steps to understand your rights and your eligibility to claim is easier than you might think. We’ve put together various guides to help you understand the claims process more clearly.
In this section
- Compensation for Personal Injury: The Importance of Knowing Your Entitlements
- How Do I Submit My Claim to the Injuries Board?
- How should I fill out the Form A?
- Should You Settle Your Personal Injury Claim Early?
- What is Vicarious Liability?
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