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Personal injury attorneys to help you file your claims.
Claims 4 U are personal injury attorneys concerned with making the law relating to claims as clear and as accessible to you as possible. Our website is regularly updated with the latest information on road accident claims, road accident fund claims, car accident claims, general injury claims, claims pertaining to medical negligence and hospital negligence as well as birth injury claims, death claims as well as brain injury claims. As personal injury attorneys our primary aim is to make you aware of how powerful a position you are in when filing a personal injury claim and we advise you on the advantages of filing your claim through personal injury attorneys with a wealth of experience.
Road accident fund claims
Road accident fund claims were previously known as Third Party Claims. These are basically car accident claims, and according to the Road Accident Fund Act of 1996, you are insured against injuries suffered at the hands another driver. To be eligible to file a car accident claim and get compensation from the Road Accident Fund, you must not have caused the car accident, and your right to claim must not have fallen away due to time delay.
Medical or hospital negligence
A claim for medical negligence or hospital negligence occurs when a medical healthcare worker performs an act or omits to perform an act accepted as standard medical procedure, which then results in injury to the patient.
You have to prove the following should you wish to file a claim of medical negligence or hospital negligence:
Birth injury claims
There are several types of birth injury claims which you maybe be eligible for, whether you as a delivering mother suffered a birth injury or whether the birth injury claim is related to your baby due to hosptial negligence or some other cause. Birth injury claims can fall under the following categories.
Brain injury claims
A birth-related brain injury claim could be filed should the injury have been caused by various factors. Lack of oxygen, improper monitoring, neglect in administering medication during pregnancy or delivery, failing to perform a timely caesarean section or use of unnecessary force during delivery would all be appropriate grounds for filing a brain injury claim. Click here to learn more about brain injury claims.
How do death claims work? Death claims work by allowing individuals suffering financial loss due to the death of another who’s demise was caused by the wrongful act of a third party to file a death claim. For instance, the following, should they have been legally dependent on the deceased, can file death claims should the case meet the conditions for death claims:
Indigent parents (no longer able to earn a living).