Our team’s aim is to make your armed forces compensation claim as simple as possible. This is what you can expect if you believe you have a case:
Get in touch
You can talk to us in confidence about your injury and how it occurred. Our specialists will then advise if you do have a claim – and what comes next. Your initial consultation is free and there will be no obligation. So, call us on 020 3740 6647 or use our online form.
We know that you might have concerns about the costs of bringing a claim. That is why our next step will be to let you know what your funding options are. Our military solicitors can often act on a “no win no fee” basis if you have a claim.
We will ask to see copies of your service record, medical records, GP notes, and accident reports. The aim of this is to help us ascertain how your injury was caused and whether they support advancing a case for negligence.
We will ask medical and/or accident reconstruction experts to compile detailed reports about your case if the records (above) support your armed forces compensation claim.
Your solicitor will contact the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and tell them that a claim is being made. It may also be that your solicitor will ask the MoD for support towards your rehabilitation.
Letter of claim
We will send the MoD a formal “letter of claim” when we have all our expert supporting evidence in place. Our guide to the claims process will give you more insight into what you can expect.