Even with the best preparations and safety precautions in the world, accidents still happen because of human error or negligence. If you have suffered an injury in the line of duty and would like to make an Air Force injury claim, please call Accident Advice Helpline and chat to one of our advisers.
Accidents that qualify for an Air Force injury claim
Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm specialising in helping people who were injured as a result of somebody else’s negligence or fault. Since our law firm was founded in the year 2000, our solicitors have dealt with a large variety of claims, including some of these:
- Injuries suffered in explosions
- Injuries through defective weapons, equipment or machinery
- Injuries sustained while on military premises, on foot or in a vehicle
- Injuries suffered during the course of deployment or training exercises.
What does an air force injury claim entail?
Our solicitors work on a no-win, no-fee basis, so you won’t have to prepay any solicitor’s costs. Our initial advice is free, so you really can get your claim started today.
The solicitor allocated to your case will work hard to win compensation for general damages such as the suffering, pain and loss of quality of life you have endured. They will also seek compensation for the suffering that you may continue to endure, such as not being able to carry out your normal duties or enjoy the sports that you used to.
Your Accident Advice Helpline solicitor will also include in your Air Force injury claim, special damages such as all expenses and losses you incurred as a result of your injury. For example, loss of earnings, cost of medication or private medical treatment by specialists, travelling to specialists, home help or any other assistance around the house.
Lastly, compensation also covers future losses and ongoing expenses that follow in the wake of severe injuries. Your claim will therefore also deal with the fact that you may have to take a lesser-paid job because you can longer do the type of work you did before your accident. Costs for rehabilitation, ongoing home help or costs of any aid or equipment you might need for the foreseeable future can also be included in your claim.
It all starts with a simple 30-second test
Accident Advice Helpline offers a simple 30-second online test that will show whether or not you qualify to make a claim. A handy compensation calculator allows you to estimate the potential compensation amount and therefore make an informed decision as to whether or not you should go ahead with making a claim.
The next step is to call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone. You can speak with one of our advisers in complete confidence and with no obligation to proceed with a claim.
Date Published: 16th May 2013