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I was hit by a car 12 months ago outside my house. My leg was broken in two places and I spent eight weeks in traction. I still can’t walk properly but the driver is telling lies and her insurers are contesting my claim. My solicitors took my case on a “no win, no fee” arrangement but now want £1,000 to try to find witnesses. Do you think I would be wasting my money?

If you can find a witness who supports your version of events it will be money well spent. However if you can do the groundwork of knocking on doors or posting flyers you may have more success in your own street than anyone employed by your solicitors, and you will save yourself £1,000 into the bargain. Friends and relatives may be prepared to help. Discuss this option with your solicitors first.

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