Military Injury Compensation Solicitors

Suffering an injury whilst on duty, during military training or on tour with the armed forces can have a life-changing impact on your and your family’s immediate and long-term future and finances.

If you are considering making a claim for armed forces compensation, it is important you seek legal advice from a solicitor specialising in military injury compensation claims and who has experience successfully winning compensation for serving and ex-military personnel.

With expert advice and representation from the specialist team of military injury solicitors at Holmes & Hills, you can ensure that you get the best advice and representation in relation to your claim for armed forces injury compensation.

What military injuries can you claim compensation for?

Holmes & Hills Solicitors has a team of military injury compensation solicitors with a wealth of experience successfully settling military injury compensation claims for clients across the country. Our team are experienced in dealing with claims involving injuries relating to:

  • Accidents in military vehicles
  • Explosives
  • Faulty equipment
  • Fires
  • Weaponry
  • Garrison/base facilities
  • Machinery/tools
  • Parachuting
  • Training Exercises

What illnesses can you claim compensation for?

As well as advising and representing personnel in relation to compensation for injuries sustained during service, our team of personal injury solicitors also advise on illnesses contracted whilst in the military. Our team of specialist solicitors are experienced in successfully advising and representing serving and ex-military clients in relation to:

  • Mental health conditions
  • Hearing loss
  • Tropical diseases
  • Repetitive strain disorder
  • Skin diseases

Free initial advice on claiming compensation

Our team of armed forces compensation solicitors at Holmes & Hills operate all accepted claims for compensation on a no win, no fee basis. This means there is not financial risk of starting a claim for compensation. If your claim is unsuccessful you will not pay anything. If you claim is successful a small percentage of your compensation will go towards our legal fee. This percentage will be limited and capped from the start of your claim for armed forces compensation.

Specialist armed forces compensation solicitors

Call us today on 01376 529299 for free initial advice from a specialist lawyer.

The team dealing with military injury compensation claims at Holmes & Hills Solicitors is recognised as one of the leading teams of personal injury solicitors in the South East by The Legal 500 - an independent directory of the UK’s leading law firms. This means when you decide to call us, you can be sure you are getting some of the best legal advice available, from recognised specialists.

No win, no fee military injury compensation

Our team of armed forces compensation solicitors provide free initial advice to serving and ex-military personnel considering claiming compensation for their injury or illness. Call us today on 01376 529299 and speak with a specialist solicitor today. We will quickly be able to inform you as to whether you may be able to make a claim for compensation.
 

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