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Well if it arises out of the same facts then you can bring an additional claim. If not then you need to bring it as part of this.
Of course in any event if you are considering bringing a claim you should do it now
But as of today's date if you are not bringing a claim then you can tick no
But it does not stop you in future
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Not sure if I understand your first sentence as it is not the same facts that I will be using to raise this 'new' separate claim. I would only want to raise this new claim if the current claim I have is successful and he pays up.
I will say 'No' at the moment as long as the door remains open should I choose to do something in the future, which from your response is the case. Sorry to be pedantic but just want to make sure everything is right in what I am doing.
So, if I answer 'No' I will not be restricted in the future in bringing other claims against the defendant?
If you are not bringing a new claim then tick no
Sorry to be a pain.
If I tick No, will I still have the option of filing a claim for a separate incident same claimant / same defendant at some future time? There is a degree of commonality to the current claim in that it is the defendant giving the claimant financial advice but it is totally separate to the current claim with different supporting facts.
If you don't intend to bring one at present you tick no
If you intend to bring another one at present you tick yeed
Got it, thank you
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