Do you need to claim for a military fitness training accident? If so, continue reading. Claims for accidents in the military are more common than you might expect, and even though people join the forces knowing there is a chance they will be injured or even killed, this does not mean they simply have to sit back and accept being hurt in accidents that could have been avoided.
Claim for a military fitness training accident with us
The military has a duty of care to servicemen and women, and you may well be able to claim if you believe they have failed in this and you have been hurt as a result. We are waiting to hear from you if you have been hurt in a military fitness training accident, and we always do everything we can to get you the maximum level of compensation for your situation. You do not need any money to start a claim with Accident Advice Helpline, and what’s more we work on a no-win, no-fee basis.
The accident must have happened no more than three years ago, and you must have seen a medical professional about your injuries. Most claimants do not need to go to court or undergo more than one further medical assessment. We have been helping people in the military to get compensation for accidents away from the battlefield that could have been avoided since we were first formed in 2000, and claimants are always assigned a relevant type of solicitor. Therefore, if you do have a case and want to go ahead, you’ll be working with a military claims expert.
Ready to get in touch?
You can get an estimate of the amount of compensation you could be getting and find out whether a claim is likely by taking the 30-second test online. If you’d prefer to skip this step and want to speak to an advisor immediately, that’s fine – just give us a call. At Accident Advice Helpline, we are passionate about helping people get compensation and always do everything we can to bring you the result you desire. To learn more, call 0800 689 0500 if you’re on your landline or 0333 500 0993 if you’re using a mobile phone. All information given regarding your claim is kept 100% confidential and all phone calls are no-obligatory.
Date Published: May 9, 2017
Author: Accident Advice