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    Hi, just hoping for some advice please. I got rear ended and have been having physio sessions for an injury I sustained to my back, which have now come to an end although the pain has not. I have been offered a figure for compensation and am in two minds whether to accept the offer or reject it or how to proceed? Any thoughts?
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        So this is the Third party insurer's first offer
        Have you a copy of the medical report to which they refer?
        Who wrote that report and what is his expertise?
        He is suggesting ten months before you are back to normal....but that is only a n educated guess!
        Back injuries can take a long time to settle, and sometimes don't, so don't be in a hurry to agree a figure

        What happens if your condition doesn't improve?
        How have they calculated this compensation figure?
        Does it include time off work, fares to physio etc?

        If this is new territory for you I would certainly suggest at least an initial free or fixed fee consultation with a solicitor who specialises in personal injury cases.

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          You definitely have a claim. If you are seeking for compensation amount you can use this calculator https://directsolicitors.co.uk/claims-calculator/ which will give you an estimate, whether you should file a claim or not. I will also suggest you consult with an experienced personal injury solicitor. He will be happy to give you no obligation free consultation.

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            I think that you should consult an injury claims specialist like https://lawswoodclaims.co.uk .Because he is the expert who can guide you better in this matter.

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              How did you get on? How much was deducted? If it was 25% then from what you say.... that is a big no no.

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