Areas of Law / Personal Injury

I was knocked down by a car and managed to get the number, but the driver is denying the accident ever happened! I injured my back and called the doctor straight away but there were no witnesses. Do I have any chance of bringing a claim against the driver?

It’’s difficult to gather evidence when you’’ve been injured in an accident, and the difficulties of winning a case without any witnesses are obvious. However you only have to prove your case “on the balance of probabilities” – i.e. the court has to decide if your version is more likely to be true than untrue. See a solicitor specialising in personal injury cases who will give you an assessment of your chances: you should be offered a free initial interview.

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