Questions & Answers

What cases are taken on by sports consulting establishment (sce)?

After a preliminary examination of the prospects of success, all claims can be asserted which have good prospects of successful enforcement. All invalidity claims based on an accident at work or sports accident can be asserted against the private and statutory accident insurance companies in Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Germany.

What documents are required by sports consulting establishment (sce) for examining the prospects of success?

All medical documents (MRT reports, operation reports, discharge reports of doctors and hospitals, notices, expert opinions of the private or statutory accident insurance) which you already have received or which can be inspected by inspection of the files at the respective competent social insurance agency. The initial consultation and file inspection is conducted by lawyers on your behalf, free of costs. The costs of the initial examination are already borne by sports consulting establishment (sce), irrespective of whether you later enter into a contract with sports consulting establishment (sce).

What is the financing request going to cost?

We always check the request for you free of costs, and also the review of the prospects of success does not cost you anything.

Is litigation financing still possible after a negative decision or after legal action has been brought?

Yes. After review, we also take on already pending proceedings or an already lost part of a proceeding (e.g. a lost objection proceeding). The litigation financing can practically be requested at any time. However, the following fundamental rule applies: The earlier the assertion of claims is organised and controlled, the higher are your - and thus also our - chances to be successful.

Can proceedings that date back a long time also be re-opened?

Claims arising from the statutory accident insurance do generally not become statute-barred; this, however, can vary from country to country. We therefore examine any claim regardless of when it arose. We do for example also enforce claims arising from accidental damage in the 1970s.