Personal injury time limit calculator

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Who was injured?

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Where did the injury occur?

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Did the injury occur on a package holiday?

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Did the injury occur on an international flight?

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In which country did the injury occur?

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Please enter the accident date or date you became aware of the injury

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Please enter your date of birth

Date of birth can be important when calculating a claim limitation date.

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Did the injury occur while serving in the armed forces?

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Does the injury relate to a criminal matter?

Criminal injuries, such as those sustained in an assault, are subject to different limitation dates.

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Did the injured person die as the result of their injuries?

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Please enter the date of death

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Your injury claim limitation date has been calculated

In most cases, the limitation date is the date by which formal proceedings must be filed with a court.

In practice, an injury claim has a better chance of succeeding the sooner it is started.

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Every effort has been made to calculate the limitation date for your claim. The calculator considers the Limitation Act 1980, the Package Travel, Package Holidays and Package Tour Regulations 1992, the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme 2012, the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme (AFCS), the Montreal Convention and the prevailing law of the respective country in which the accident occurred. Quittance make no warranty as to the accuracy of the limitation date calculated. For more information on limitation dates please call us on 0800 612 7456.

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