Being linked to the Armed Forces is usually considered as a perilous and uncertain job which can become dangerous. In battle or war duty there are higher risks of injury and may lead to death. Often it will have a life changing impact on military personnel and those close to them.
Although, it is understood that a job in the military will have an element of danger, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) has imposed upon them the responsibility to minimise the associated risks to staff. This does apply to all military personnel including those in the Army, Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy.
In its duty of care, the MOD is to ensure that safety is paramount for military personnel and that they are protected. They must be provided with appropriate equipment and training to perform their role whether in friendly combat or preparation. However, if an injury has occurred that could have avoided by taking reasonable precautions, then a military injury compensation claim can be made.
Please bear in mind that when fighting with enemies in combat and war situations it is likely to discard the right to military compensation under combat immunity. Please contact us for further information.
Here at 101% Compensation, we have solicitors who are experienced in handling military injury cases. We can act for you and are committed in claiming for a range of military related injuries, including:
All you have to do is just tell us what injury you have and what happened. You can call us or submit an online form.
Once we have all details we need, our expert solicitors will do all the hard work herein to settle your case quickly.
Once we have achieved the best outcome for you, you will be informed and a compensation cheque will be sent to you.
Quite simply, yes if there is an element of negligence. So if you do contract illnesses like hearing loss, skin diseases, mental health conditions and other foreign diseases whilst serving with the Army, Royal Air Force or the Royal Navy, then we can help you. Tell us about your condition and the circumstances leading to it in order for us to establish liability.
It is important to recognise that a military claim is different to a civilian case and will be much more complex with special regulations and processes in place. In confidence, we offer specialist support, advice and in-depth knowledge to help you through the stages of claiming for your injury.
We understand the impact your case may have on you and the MOD. That is why we emphasise on our ability to always provide accurate reports for a solid claim. First of all, discuss your case with us and we can tell you almost straight away if you have a military injury compensation case against the Ministry of Defence.
All you have to do is just tell us some details of what and where it happened so that we help you understand your rights.
Often in some injury cases it can be difficult to explain in writing so we give you the chance to talk by calling you upon request.
Enquire online by using our contact form about any questions you may have about your compensation or a related issue.