Personal Injury Law
Personal Injury Law
Personal Injury Law can be defined as a law that involves itself in circumstances where a person suffers physical, mental and emotional harm as a result of someone else’s fault.
We offer specialised services completely tailored to our client’s needs, with the aim of finalising matters as efficiently as possible. Saving you time and money! Our Personal Injury Department consists of a highly experienced team of dedicated legal practitioners that specialise in all areas of Personal Injury Law.
Our services are offered on a contingency basis:
- We will advise whether you have a claim at no cost
- We offer a “no win, no fee” service
- No deposits and no monthly accounts to be paid
Our service focus is:
Road Accident Fund (RAF) claims
Medical Negligence claims
Wrongful arrest claims
Slip and fall claims
Dog bite claims
Our prospective clients usually have a lot of questions that relate to their Personal Injury claims, but the questions we hear most often relate to cost and timing.
Here is some guidance:
When do I get my money?
Each matter is unique and time frames vary to a large extent. The RAF undertakes to pay capital awards within 180 days after settlement. Payment of capital awards in other Personal Injury claims depend on the contents of the Court Order and/or Settlement Agreement. We strive to finalise matters as soon as possible to expedite the process and deliver your capital amount at the earliest possible time.
How much will it cost me?
We offer our services on a Contingency Fee basis. This means that we only take a fee upon successful finalisation of the matter. To institute your claim will cost you nothing. No win, no fee!
How long to get a trial date?
In the High Court, it may take up to 2 years to obtain a trial date, so we always try to settle matters out of Court to save you time and money.
The Road Accident Fund (RAF) was created to fulfil its constitutionally mandated function of financially assisting road users who have been adversely impacted in accidents on South African public roads. In other words, the RAF exists so that victims of road accidents...