Are you looking for a solicitor for your no win no fee* navy injury claim?
Even in a highly trained, highly skilled organisation such as the navy, accidents occur as a result of human error or worse, negligence. If you have suffered an injury in a non-fault accident in the last 3 years and are looking for a solicitor to deal with your no win no fee* navy injury claim, Accident Advice Helpline may be the solution for you.
Accident Advice Helpline sprang to life in the year 2000 and is a law firm dedicated to provide injured people with access to justice and compensation, when they were involved in an accident that was somebody else’s fault.
You can call 24/7, the lines are always open and your call is free on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. When you ring and state your case, you will be allocated one of our solicitors and whoever will represent you, will be a specialist who knows exactly how to deal with no win no fee* navy injury claims.
Our solicitor should be able to deal with your claim over the telephone and you won’t be asked to fill out any forms – Accident Advice Helpline’s solicitor will handle all the paperwork for you. A claim is therefore simple, fast and efficiently dealt with.
Different scenarios that might lead to a no win no fee* navy injury claim:
- being in an accident during a training exercise in the UK or abroad
- being in an accident during deployment in the UK or abroad
- being in an accident whilst on navy premises, either on foot or in a navy-owned vehicle or vessel
- handling faulty weaponry, machinery or equipment belonging to the navy
- falling off machinery or equipment during navy training
There are undoubtedly many more circumstances under which non-fault accidents might happen; these are just some examples of the most common scenarios.
What exactly will you get compensation for?
The compensation you receive will first of all deal with damages for the pain, suffering and stress you had, when you were injured but also for loss of income, whilst you were recovering from your injuries as well as any costs that resulted from your injury. For example, you may need equipment or aid to help you with recovery or home help looking after you whilst you get better or you may have paid travelling expenses when you visited specialists like physiotherapists.
In more severe cases, there will also be an entitlement to future loss of earnings, for example if you have to perform lesser paid duties as a result of permanent injuries you suffered in your non-fault accident. If you cannot return to any duties and must receive a pension or on-going care, this will also be taken into consideration, when the amount of compensation to be settled on you is discussed between your solicitor and the negligent party.