Accident Advice Helpline provides Navy Cadets accident advice to clients that have had their lives affected by a personal injury. You can make a compensation claim for the costs associated with a personal injury if the accident took place during the last three years and it was due to the negligence of a third party. We have a 24-hour free helpline available seven days a week for any of your questions and queries. Calling 0800 689 0500 can confirm your eligibility for a claim and set you on the path towards a more secure financial future.
The UK navy cadet force currently consists of over 15,000 individuals including young people and adult volunteers. Those aged 10 to 17 get to take part in a range of land and water based activities including kayaking, rowing, and windsurfing on a weekly basis. These activities can be dangerous if supervisors do not adhere to stringent health and safety standards. For example, you or your child may have been injured because of defective equipment such as a life jacket. A supervisor may also not have been adequately trained. You can make a no win, no fee* claim with Accident Advice Helpline if any of these factors resulted in you sustaining serious injuries.
Why make a claim?
You may be unsure about making a compensation claim, but we can assure that it will help all the parties involved. First and foremost, a claim will go some way to compensating for the injuries you suffered in the accident. While it cannot fast track your recovery or ease the mental trauma of a serious accident, it can help you to move forward with your life. The extra money will also enable you to pay for medical bills and any counselling you may need. You should not worry about the impact of a personal injury claim on a third party as they will be covered by an insurance policy. A claim will also reduce the chances of the same accident affecting another young person, as extra health and safety measures will be put in place.
How do I file a claim?
If you think you are eligible to make a claim, then get in touch with us immediately. It has never been easier to start the claims process, and you can have your claim filed without any upfront charges. Our expert solicitors work diligently every day to secure compensation packages for individuals affected by serious accidents and injuries.
Navy cadets also take part in activities such as mountain biking and rock climbing. The supervisor present must always check the surfaces and conditions prior to these activities taking place. You could make a claim if a rock face was not safe to climb, and you or your child subsequently suffered head injuries, cuts and bruises, or broken bones, as a result of a supervisor’s negligence. We will need evidence to support your claim in the form of documents and other files detailing the accident and witness accounts.Open Claim Calculator