Making Personal Injury Claims In The Military

All employers have a responsibility to protect their employees and this includes the Ministry of Defence.

Service personnel have the same rights as other workers to pursue a claim if they are injured at work through no fault of their own. There is an exception to this if you are injured whilst engaging or preparing to engage the enemy, but the law surrounding this exception is complicated. If you are in any doubt, contact our expert solicitors at Bakers Solicitors who will be able to advise you.

Comprehensive Services For Military Service Members

We can offer advice on a wide range of military claims that could include:

  • Sporting and adventure training injuries
  • Road traffic accident in the UK and abroad
  • Faulty equipment claims
  • Parachuting accidents
  • Injuries caused on training exercises
  • Diseases caused by exposure to chemicals and hazardous substances

We can also offer advice on any resulting loss of future earnings taking into consideration lost promotion and loss of military pension. Our expert team of solicitors has the knowledge and experience to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

For additional information please visit: How to make a claim when you have had an accident at work

Contact Us

If you have been injured through no fault of your own, whether you have sustained a minor or more serious injury, then you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries. We offer free initial advice to armed forces personnel and preferential funding arrangements. Contact our expert team of solicitors at Bakers Solicitors, quoting reference “BFDW”, and we will be able to assist you.