What is causation?
Causation is the legal link between an incident for which the fault party is liable and any injuries you may have sustained. For any claim for personal injury to succeed, it must be shown, usually through medical evidence, that the incident was responsible for the injuries claimed. For example, a Road Traffic Accident could reasonably cause a neck injury, or a tripping incident could reasonably cause a leg injury. The medical report will illustrate this, and that the accident you had, ‘caused’ the injury you have sustained.