Moloney & Co. are delighted to announce Elmer Advokater as our Danish law firm international partner located in Copenhagen.
Elmer Advokater has a team of personal injury* lawyers who are highly specialized in every kind of case regarding claims for personal injuries – thus industrial injuries, road traffic accidents, claims regarding product liability, claims of medical negligence and claims for compensation if you are a victim of crime etc.
Over the past 25 years, Elmer Advokater has represented thousands of clients across Denmark – including numbers of Danish Trade Unions – as well as residents of other countries who seek compensation for their personal injury.
Elmer Advokater represents the injured party during the entire process towards obtaining fair compensation for injuries occurred in Denmark. If necessary Elmer Advokater can also represent the injured party in legal proceedings both before the Danish Districts Courts, the Danish High Courts and the Danish Supreme Court.
Elmer Advokater has represented clients in more than 30 cases before the Supreme Court. The majority of the cases raised questions on substantial issues of interpretation of law and current practice.
The Personal Injury system in Denmark
Denmark has a no-fault compensation scheme relating to accidents at work, to medical injuries, to personal injuries due to a defect in products and also to personal injuries sustained from traffic accidents involving a motorized vehicle (also trains and airplanes).
Litigation regarding accidents at work and medical malpractice is replaced with an administrative compensation system. The system uses neutral medical experts to evaluate claims of injuries and does not require the injured to prove that a specific person was negligent to receive compensation. Decisions from the first instance can be appealed to a higher authority. And in cases of medical malpractice only decisions made by the appeal authority can be brought before the courts.
In regard to traffic accidents involving a motorized vehicle, the dispute will as well only relate to the size of the claim (not fault). If the injured party and the insurance company cannot agree the case can be brought before the courts.
In other matters, the injured party must prove fault.
Read more about Elmer Advokater: https://elmer-adv.dk/
*In contentious business a Solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.*
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