Ok - you want to know can the case be settled without going to Court? - The answer is yes
But if the other side contest the claim fully, then it is highly likely it will go to Court
If they are saying it is fraud, it will probably go to Court.
You and any witnesses will have to give evidence and be cross examined by another Barrister
The same will happen with the other side
The Judge will then make up his mind about who is right and who is wrong
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Yes, but I have explained the process - what would you like to know in addition to what I have said?
Well it is being raised as an allegation
You would need to prove, as the Claimant you were in the vehicle and that the accident caused the injury
Given there is an allegation of fraud it is unlikely to settle
You would be able to drop hands, that means stop your claim
But if you do not do that, it is highly likely that you would need to attend Court for trial
That is the process
Can I clarify anything about this please?
Yes you can stop the claim. If it has not been issued then you can simply tell your Solicitor you do not wish to proceed and that will be the end of the matter.
You only run a risk if it proceeds to trial
Does that clarify?
No, it is not too late
You can stop the case now if you wish.
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