car accidenr-total crash

#1 2009-05-22 13:18:11
BarbaS

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car accidenr-total crash

On Thuesday I had car accident in Leicester. The other car was rented, and in that sytuation I don't know who is at fault in the accident. An insurance claim was never filed and no police report was made of the incident.
We were recently called by a collection agency representing a rent-company . We are asking for information such as a police report to prove their case.
Is the statute of Limitations 2 years in this case?

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#2 2009-05-27 15:20:27
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Could you explain the accident?  I would be happy to help.  The more we know.  The more we can help with your situation.  :-)

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#3 2011-06-13 20:41:06
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you need to describe the incident elaborately if you really want to get some help here.

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#4 2011-11-04 10:24:57
Tony Carter

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Frankatnmips wrote:

Hi

You have a claim for personal injury. In terms of limitation period, you have 3 years to claim. But police only hold information for 2 years.

For free and friendly advice call Frank on 0800 023 2551.

Regards

Osman Awan LLB (Hons)

N.B. We can pre-value your claim too - based on previous cases. Call us now.

The Police hold files for 5 years unless it is subject of litigation in which case they willl hold them for longer on notification of such litigation.

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#5 2012-04-13 05:26:18
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As above, you'll need to describe in some detail what happened exactly. There is more information on car accident claims here. You'll be able to claim for injuries depending on whose fault it was and you can make a claim if it happened any time in the last three years.

My Compensation is a claims specialist operating on a no win no fee basis in the UK. Call today for a free consultation on 0207 1933 114 or request a callback from our website at www.my-compensation.co.uk

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#6 2012-08-28 10:19:05
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I suggest you make sure you report the matter to your insurers and seek medical attention for any injuries, if relevant to do so.

No Win No Fee Personal Injury Claim Specialists
www.direct2solicitorsltd.co.uk

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