Will making a claim affect my future service career or benefits?

Will making a claim affect my future service career or benefits?

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The severity of the injury suffered in an assault for example may well mean that there is no possibility of continuing your career in the armed forces.  In that case, making a military injury claim is essential to provide all the support you will need to cope with the serious and often life-long consequences of your injury.

Any employer (including the MoD) is not allowed to dismiss you or discriminate against you simply because you have taken legal action to obtain compensation for an accident or injuries suffered that was due to their negligence.

Similarly if you are a veteran, making a claim will not affect any pension payments or other benefits you may be in receipt of.  Our proven expertise in many areas of law means we can probably help no matter what your problem may be. In the vast majority of cases we can act on your behalf on a No Win No Fee basis.

This means you face no financial risk if the claim is unsuccessful but retain the maximum possible amount of compensation if your claim does succeed without having had to pay anything up front out of your own pocket.

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