You may be asked for information concerning the facts of your military accident so that we can consider the issues relating to liability. We may need to contact witnesses and possibly arrange to inspect the accident location.
We shall also need information about your medical condition. We need to know the effect your injuries have had on you so that we can determine what kind of medical evidence we need and when.
The first stage is writing to the Ministry of Defence (M.O.D) holding them responsible. Then they have to be allowed a reasonable period to investigate the claim.
Following the investigation, they have to indicate whether they are accepting or contesting the claim. Their decision will determine if we have to issue proceedings and possibly go to court.
If you have had an accident within the last 3 years that was not your fault and you suffered injury then please call us on our Freephone 0800 1077 321 to speak to one of our personal injury claims specialists for free no obligation advice. Alternatively, fill out our contact form and we will call you.
Frequently Asked Questions about Military Personal Injury Claims
- Can I make a Military Personal Injury Claim?
- How long will my Military Personal Injury Claim take?
- How much compensation will I get for my Military personal Injury Claim injuries?
- How much will my Military Personal Injury Claim cost me?
- What’s involved in making a Military Personal Injury Claim?
- Will my Military Personal Injury Claim go to court?
- Can I make a claim against the MOD if I am no longer serving