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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    How do you claim against the army for an injury?

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    How do you claim against the army for an injury?

    Many UK Army personnel do not realise that the Ministry of Defence has a responsibility to protect their employees as well as contractors and visitors to their establishments. If you are suffering from an injury or disease that can be shown to be the fault of the Ministry of Defence, then you may be able to make a claim for compensation.

    The problem is that many serving Army personnel and people who have left military service do not know how to go about doing this. They’re left asking questions like, can you claim compensation against the MOD and how do you claim against the Army for an injury? Here are a few examples of how the answer to these questions can be found.

    How do you claim against the Army for an injury? – Road traffic accidents

    Military operations involve the movement of a large number of different types of vehicle. It is a sad fact that accidents can occur and Army staff can get injured. There are several different ways of dealing with this type of claim and several factors dictate how the claim will be handled. They include:

    • The country where the accident occurred
    • The driver of the other vehicle
    • If the accident was directly related to conflict

    If you’ve been in a military accident that was not your fault you may be thinking, how do you claim against the Army for an injury?

    The answer is, you could call a specialist law firm such as Accident Advice Helpline. We have a team of highly-trained, professional advisers who deal with claims against the MOD from existing and former serving men and women of all ranks, every day.

    We will be able to explain the steps that you need to take and the way in which your case will be handled. If you are still unsure about whether or not you want to claim, you can use our unique 30-second test to assess how likely your claim is to be successful.

    How do you claim against the Army for an injury? – Asbestos exposure

    Asbestos is a naturally-occurring substance which was widely used during the 1950s through to the 1970s. It has several properties that made it very useful in a military setting. For example, it is fire-proof and was used in ships. As a result, many people could have been exposed to it’s harmful fibres.

    The effects of asbestos exposure are often not discovered until many years or decades later. Nevertheless, the health implications of asbestos exposure can be severe and include lung cancer. There are complicated rules and procedures about who can and cannot make this sort of claim and many people are left wondering, how do you claim against the Army for an injury caused by asbestos exposure?

    Claim experts at Accident Advice Helpline

    A specialist law firm like Accident Advice Helpline has personal injury lawyers who can give you detailed advice on this and can take your claim to the highest level. Give our team a call on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone.

    Category: Military accident claims

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