Someone's negligence is someone's loss, but that loss often leads to the
right of seeking compensation. On off chance, if you have ever been injured due
to someone's negligent act which can be through a road accident, medical
negligence or workplace injury, you have the opportunity to file a case for
personal injury to seek adequate amount of compensation. UAE Law does define
negligence depending upon the type of act, however, generally it is termed as a
conduct which is below requisite standards under law for protection of society.
In such circumstances, if you believe that your injury is a consequence of
someone's neglect, it is appropriate to appoint Best Lawyers of Dubai to claim
the damages for the loss incurred.
In most negligence cases, Legal Consultants of Dubai suggest claimants to
maintain documents as it is the first and foremost step is to preserve all sets
of documents enabling the lawyer to ascertain the extent of negligence and can
be simultaneously submitted in the court. If medical negligence, doctor's report
and other medical details, if road accidents police report or medical report is
utmost. Must maintain details of the parties involved and the witnesses if any.
Appointing a personal injury lawyer is not a complicated task, however, deciding
when to appoint a lawyer can be.
You may require legal assistance in case you have suffered severe injuries or
the laws pertaining to personal injury claims are intricate. Alternatively, in
following cases, we strongly recommend to appoint a personal injury lawyer:
A. Permanent or Temporary Disability
Sustaining permanent or temporary injuries due to someone's conduct is the
strongest ground for appointing a personal injury lawyer. Only a lawyer will be
able to determine the gravity of negligence and the compensation that can be
sought for such damage relying on your circumstances, your future ability to
earn and dependents in your family.
B. Who shall be held liable?
Another significant reasons for legal assistance can be inability to determine
the guilty party or whose liability it would be to provide you compensation.
This may happen when multiple parties are involved in such act for example in
medical negligence cases the doctors and the hospital is equally liable for any
misconduct of the doctor and the insurance company if any. Thus, appointing a
personal injury lawyer will resolve most of the issues per se.
C. What if Insurance Company refuse to pay?
Most of the time, insurance companies simply reject your claim on the ground
that it does not fulfill the criteria of negligence or you have been offers
significantly less compensation. You most certainly require a lawyer.