The time taken for your personal injury claim to be processed will depend largely on the severity of your injuries.
However, our experience shows that in the majority of cases, there can be up to 14 months between when you first contact us and when we issue you with a compensation payment.
This is because your case must first be approved by the Injuries Board before you can receive payments from us. This board consists of three medical professionals (a medical registrar, a consultant physician and a district nurse) who are responsible for assessing your case and approving any compensation payments they deem appropriate. An experienced solicitor will represent you throughout this process.
After an application has been approved by the Injuries Board, the solicitor will then contact you personally to let you know that your claim has been approved. From this point, we can begin negotiating with the insurance company for settlement of your claim. Once we have settled with them on their terms and submitted our final settlement proposal to them, it is likely that they will agree to pay out without further delay – even though most companies will require more than one payment from us before agreeing to pay out all claims made by their customers at once! Our aim is always to get settlements done as soon as possible – even if this means having delays in paying out some claims which seem straightforward at first glance!
Takeaway: The quicker we are able to settle with insurers on your behalf, the faster we can help injured people get back onto their feet again!'
The process of settling a personal injury claim can vary according to the nature of your case. In general, it takes between two and three years from the date you were injured to get a final compensation payment. However, this time can be reduced if you have been through a traumatic experience or have suffered significant losses as a result of your accident.
Some injuries may take longer than others because they require more medical attention or rehabilitation before they are fully healed—such as car accidents that involve multiple injuries sustained by both driver and passenger alike; traffic collisions caused by reckless driving; workplace accidents caused by faulty machinery at work sites etc..
The length of time it takes to settle a personal injury claim depends on a number of factors, including:
When you're waiting for your claim to be settled, there are a few things that you can do to make the process easier. Firstly, don't give up! It can be very easy to get discouraged when things don't go as planned or when it seems like your case is taking too long. But remember that this is an unfortunate reality for many people who have been injured in accidents, so try not to let it get you down too much.
Secondly, keep going to medical appointments even though they may not seem relevant at first glance--each appointment will provide some sort of information which could be useful later on in court or during negotiations with the insurance company. Thirdly also try staying active while recovering from your injuries: go out walking with friends on weekends or join a gym nearby where there's always something new happening (like classes). Finally don't forget about keeping positive during difficult times; sometimes just talking about how excited we'll feel once everything has settled down again can help us forget about how frustrating things currently feel!
The Injuries Board will process your application, issue a decision, issue payment and then issue a medical report. Once it has done this, you can expect to receive compensation from the Injuries Board.
The average time it takes for an individual to settle their claim with the Injuries Board is about four years (or two-and-a-half years if they're represented by solicitors). However, if you or someone close to you has been injured in an accident where another party may be responsible for causing your injuries (for example: road traffic accidents), then it's worth knowing that there are steps that can be taken at every stage along this journey which could have significant impacts on how quickly things move forward - both positively as well as negatively!
In Ireland, the average payout for a personal injury claim can vary greatly based on several factors such as the type and severity of the injury, lost wages, medical expenses, and more. However, it's important to note that there is no set amount for a personal injury claim and each case is unique.
It's recommended to consult with a personal injury lawyer to determine the worth of a claim and the best course of action. They can review the specific circumstances of the case, gather evidence, and negotiate with insurance companies to ensure that the victim receives fair compensation.
It's also worth mentioning that there are statutory limits on compensation for certain types of injuries. For example, the maximum payout for pain and suffering is capped at €60,000. This limit is subject to change, so it's best to seek the advice of a personal injury lawyer to determine the most up-to-date compensation limits.
In conclusion, the average payout for a personal injury claim in Ireland can vary greatly and is dependent on several factors. The best course of action is to consult with a personal injury lawyer to determine the worth of a claim and receive fair compensation.
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If you would like to discuss making a personal injury claim please contact us to discuss further by calling our phone number: 01 234 0044 .
We will be happy to discuss a no win no fee solicitors aggrement you. We will discuss your claim and provide you with advice and an initial opinion regarding your injury, from personal injuries assessment board to issuing proceedings in a case.
We pride ourselves in knowing that our clients are always fully informed and advised of all aspects of their case from the beginning when they first speak to us regarding an injury such as accident at work, special damages, traumatic experience that goes for long term consequences etc.
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