I need a draft for a "Letter before action" in a personal injury case aginst a store. But I can buy books on the subject & I do not need a book for this. If you cannot send me a draft letter then that`s okay & we will leave it at that. Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX41082.6977386921
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Yes indeed I am waiting for an an answer.But as I mentioned, if all that is going to bo offered is a suggestion to buy a particular book then I will not accept that because I can do that anyway without paying yourselves.Thank you,Tony xxx41082.6982920486
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Dear sirs,I must now cancel my request to you.I must post my letter today so I will now buy on-line from a different website.Please refund my payment, in full, without any deduction.please confirm.Thank you,Tony xxx.41082.6985855671
I refer to the above and confirm that we act on behalf of Mr xxxxx relation to a road traffic accident which took place on the 27th March 2012 It is clear from our client’s instructions that as a result of your client’s negligence, breach of duty and breach of statutory duty that our client was injured as a result of being a passenger in a car when your client collided with the vehicle in which Mr xxxxxxxx was travelling. We are satisfied from our instructions that your client is responsible for this accident and therefore liable to compensate our client for her personal injury, loss and damage. We hereby call upon you to admit liability to our client in an open letter within 10 days from the date hereof. In the event of it being necessary, our client’s claim for damages will be the subject of an application to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (“PIAB”). If a certificate of authorisation should issue in relation to the matter it becomes necessary to issue proceedings against your client, our client will, as part of his/her claim, seek from you the costs of such proceedings.Ronan41082.5506346412
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