A claimant in a personal injury claim is an injured person who is making a claim for compensation against the party responsible for their injury (the defendant).
If the claimant is an injured child (or is otherwise unable to manage a claim themselves), a friend or family member can act as a litigation friend to handle the claim on the claimant's behalf.
Find out if you can make a compensation claim.
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