Over double the compensation when Digby Brown dealt with personal injury claim
Mrs W. was involved in an accident in a supermarket car park in Scotland when she fell into a pot-hole. She sustained a fracture to the tip of her fibula.
Dealing with personal injury claim herself
Mrs W pursued a personal injury claim against the supermarket by herself.
They refused to accept liability and offered an initial offer of £2,000 which Mrs W rejected.
They then made a final offer of £2,500.
Contacted Digby Brown to pursue personal injury claim
Mrs W consulted Digby Brown and as the accident was of no fault of Mrs W., Digby Brown took on the case.
After entering negotiations with the insurance company, the case settled for £6,000.
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