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How long does it take for a personal injury claim to go to court?

After successfully lodging your personal injury claim, it's natural to wonder how long the claims process will take.

In truth, every compensation journey is unique, and some claims take longer than others. 

Factors like the length of the negotiations period, the amount of evidence our legal team needs to gather and whether there is a need for dispute management can all impact the duration of your case. 

Because of these variations, the claims process can move from start to finish in varying time frames. 

Throughout the claims journey, our experts will keep you updated at regular intervals, sharing major milestones and doing their utmost to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. 

In most instances, we are able to resolve claims quickly, and without the need for court action, enabling you to get the compensation you deserve without the stress of court proceedings. 

However, in rare circumstances, we may suggest going to court. This typically occurs when mediation fails to bring forward a satisfactory outcome for both parties. If this happens, we will look to seek a settlement through the courts, so you can get the compensation you deserve. 

If you have been injured in an accident on the road or at work and want to learn more about your rights to claim, contact our friendly, professional team for a free consultation.

Our empathetic legal experts will listen to your story and advise whether you have a claim. If you do, we’ll help you get the full amount of compensation you’re entitled to. 

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