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No - there were no other drivers involved. We made inquiries, and one of the patients informed us that the claimant was actually blocking the driveway with her car parked half in and out of the driveway. The patient said that when he came out of treatment, the claimant had already left. She also claims to have been hit nearside rear. As her car was forward parked into the car park, then it would have been technically impossible for her car to have been damaged by anyone else in the car park. As there was no complaint made at the time of the alleged incident, then we didn't know anything ad happened. The claimant did ask for details of all the patients who were there at the time she was, but we declined due to data protection.
I quote the following "Our client considers that the accident occurred through your negligence and/ or breach of statutory duty (or through the negligence and/ or breach of statutory duty of your servants, agents or customers) and claims damages accordingly"