The law makes it possible to claim compensation for various kinds of injuries received when driving, or at work, as a victim of crime, or when a person who has a responsibility of care did something careless or dangerous, and that caused the injury. Some of the law is found in Statutory rules made by parliament or by bodies the parliament delegates power to, for example a local council or a registration authority. See delegated legislation; statute., and there have been recent changes to much of this law. Other parts of the law are found in An independent body that hears legal claims brought by parties and decides between them. Serious cases are heard by a judge and jury, or just a judge. Less-serious cases are heard by a magistrate. cases. Different kinds of compensation may be available. This is a very difficult and complex area of law. It requires legal advice because there are strict time limits and it is possible to lose your right to claim.