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If you have been injured during the course of your employment, whether you are a current serving member of the Armed Forces, or you have been discharged, within the past 3 years, you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) must operate in accordance with Health and Safety Regulations in exactly the same way as an employer in the private sector.
We can provide advice on entitlement under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme (AFCS). Are you aware, however, that you are entitled to claim not only through the AFCS but also through the civil courts? We strongly believe personnel deserve to be sufficiently compensated if injured while on duty and can assist you in obtaining additional compensation through Court action where appropriate.
Who can claim?
There are many situations which can occur (especially given the physical nature of military service) from which you may be able to make a military compensation claim. Whether you have been injured serving on the front line, or in a training exercise we can help.
- Assault courses or adventure training including mountaineering, parachuting or abseiling
- Accidents on a military base
- Aviation incidents
- Road traffic accidents involving military vehicles or personnel
- Injuries caused by weapons, explosives or fire
- Equipment failures
- Death in service
- Exposure to harmful substances, diseases or illness
- Deafness due to exposure to excessive noise with lack of hearing protection
Our team of expert personal injury solicitors have the necessary experience in bringing military injury claims against the MoD. We are able to help you bring claims on a no win no fee basis.
Military Injury Claim Solicitors