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They can send one back to you but it doesn't mean they have REJECTED yours.
Just in a traffic on route home, so once I get home I will respond properly which should be about 8pm.
I hope that's ok.
Thanks for your patience.
I suggest a Part 36 offer be made.
I will likely go in first with a high offer I.e let's say your claim is worth 10k and the lowest offer you will accept is 5k, I will go in with an offer of say 9k. Then if your 9k offer is rejected then you can keep going down until you reach your lowest point.
I hope you understand what I have stated if not please let me know.
Because the court will take a dim view on an offer made which is the full value of the claim.
Yes because if you start at 50% or less then all they would is knock it down with a counter offer. Therefore aim for the stars and hope to land on the moon.
Not really so dont be surprised if you dont get a response to the offer or the offer is rejected. However you never know it may be accepted.
Your welcome and have a good night.
If they have not admitted liability then its a risky move because if you lose you will pay costs.
Please see below the rules regarding interim applications
That is standard procedure, further there is no guarantee your application will be successful.
It is unlikely to stand up in court because a liability admission must be in writing for it to hold weight in court.