Military Injury Claims

Military Injury Claims specialist – No Win No Fee

Military Injury Claims – Members of the Armed Forces have been able to claim against the Ministry of Defence for injuries sustained during combat in the UK or overseas which was not there fault since 1987.

Claim Injury Lawyers have many years experience in helping members of the Armed Forces to pursue a military injury claim for compensation for personal injury, whose injuries can be life changing and even catastrophic. These military injuries would have required them to change there lifestyles dramatically with long hospital stays and issues related to mobility, care and stress in terms of stability in there financial situation. Our aim is to get the correct help for Armed Forces personnel and the compensation that they deserve after serving the country in order to get them back on the road and adapt to the life changes that they will encounter so that they can live a normal life.

All our Military injury claims are taken on a ‘No Win No Fee’ basis.

Types of Military Claims

  • Military training accidents
  • Military combat accidents
  • Friendly fire
  • Fatal accidents
  • Inadequate equipment
  • Faulty equipment
  • Exposure to harmful substances
  • Non-freezing cold injuries
  • Hearing loss
  • Criminal Injuries
  • Road Traffic Accidents – RTA’s
  • Chemical/biological accidents
  • Bullying/stress

What can you claim for a Military injury?

To begin with please note that you have 3 years from the date of the accident to claim compensation against the Ministry of Defence for injuries sustained. You can also claim compensation whilst you are still serving in the Armed Forces without affecting any future prospects in your career

Here at Claim Injury Lawyers we will try and get the most compensation that you deserve for the injuries that you have sustained whilst serving in the Armed Forces. We will try to get you compensation for the pain and suffering caused with any past or future financial losses that have arisen due to your military injury.

The military careers of Armed Forces personnel who claim under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme or through the Court should not suffer as a result of that claim.” Baroness Taylor