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Military Injury Compensation Claims
Suffering an injury whilst on duty or on tour with the armed forces can have a life-changing impact on your and your family’s immediate and long-term future.
With expert advice from Holmes & Hills Solicitors you can ensure that, regardless of the nature of the injury you have suffered, you get free legal advice and representation from specialists with real experience in dealing with military injury compensation claims.
Whilst the job requirements of military personnel will always involve an element of danger and risk, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) has a duty to minimise that risk and take due care of its Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air force (RAF) personnel.
What injuries can you claim compensation for?
Holmes & Hills’ team of specialist solicitors act for members of the Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force (RAF). We act for military personnel on a wide range of military injury and accident claims, including cases involving injuries relating to:
- Training exercises
- Machinery/ tools
- Faulty equipment
- Garrison facilities
What illnesses can you claim compensation for?
As well as acting for injured military personnel, our specialist team of solicitors also act for military staff that have contracted an illness or disease whilst serving with the armed forces, including such conditions as:
- Hearing loss
- Tropical/foreign diseases
- Repetitive strain disorder
- Skin diseases
- Mental health conditions
Making a claim for military injury compensation:
Holmes & Hills know from helping many previous military personnel that making the decision to claim compensation is not always easy. However, the Ministry of Defence owes its personnel the same duty of care as any other employer and if it fails to deliver on this duty and you are injured or fall ill as a result, you are entitled to compensation.
Holmes & Hills deal with all military clients in the strictest confidence and offer specialist advice, guidance and support from start to finish. Our team of specialists are experienced in dealing with the Ministry of Defence and the procedures and processes they impose on military claims. Our team are aware of the evidence and expert reports that are required to build the strongest case on your behalf.
For more information on making a claim for military injury compensation, call Jason Brady on 01376 529298.
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