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Are you thinking of compensation from a negligence claim? If so, then you only have 3 years from the alleged negligence to bring a claim. Depending on when this happened in 2013, you may already be out of time.
Thank you for the reply. I appreciate that you want them to know this but in what way do you want them to know? Do you simply want to write to them or sue them for something? There is a possibility that you can bring a claim out of time because the 3 years run from the date of notice of the negligence. You would have to prove that this negligence only came to your notice sometime afterwards. If it went to court, there would first be a hearing to decide the limitation issue (Limitation Act 1980) and then, if the judge agreed that you could bring a claim out of time because the three-year notice period ran from a later time, there would then be the normal trial hearing.
Remember that in circumstances like this, all that the court can do is award you money. Nothing on the face of the earth can put this right. You have to do think therefore what ultimately do you want to get out of this.
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