Military Injury

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A Claim against the Ministry of Defence.
Making a claim for a military injury can be a complicated and intimidating process. However, if you have suffered a serious injury at work as a result of the negligent behaviour of another making a claim for compensation may be a vital lifeline, this is particularly true if you face medical discharge.

An injury can occur in a number of ways. This includes;

  • Defective equipment
  • Assault by a colleague
  • Psychological trauma as a result of combat
  • Injury obtained on a poorly run training exercise
  • A road traffic accident on base
  • Being forced to continue working despite an injury  

Foot Anstey has vast experience dealing with military related injuries, with members of the team having either served in the forces or have family members who are, and therefore appreciate the unique nature of your claim. Simply because you serve in the forces and, to a certain extent an injury is therefore expected, this does not prevent you from being able to bring a claim if you have been injured as a result of negligent care or behaviour. We can ensure your claim is dealt with, with the utmost confidence and discretion.

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