Notice of Checklist Review for Personal Injuries Claim

Plaintiff acting in person

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This document is a Notice of Checklist Review for a plaintiff acting in person.

 

This document outlines the date, time and the court number of the hearing.

 

The Defendant is required to attend the hearing at the time specified and if they intend to instruct a solicitor to defend the case on their behalf they must give this Notice to their solicitor.

 

The Questionnaire for PI Actions must also be attached.

 

How to use this Document? 

 

A Notice of Checklist Review is for the purpose of setting a date for a Check List Review Hearing specified. This is a necessary process when pursuing personal injuries litigation.

 

This is also used to inform the solicitor of the defendant to defend on their behalf as required. 

 

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Document Type:

Declaration / announcement / notice / press release

Category:

Personal > Legal / Settlement / Insurance > Litigation Documents

 
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