Parachute and Aviation Accident Claims. If you are a serving member of the Armed forces or Ex-Service Personnel and have suffered an injury as a result of a parachuting accident or aircraft malfunction, then you may be entitled to compensation.
Parachuting is inherently dangerous but often a necessary feature of military training. Risks have to be assessed and appropriate safety measures put in place. Parachuting and aircraft accidents often result in catastrophic and life-changing injuries.
Court proceedings must be brought within 3 years of the date of an accident. However, if your injury occurred on an aircraft then a 2-year time limit will apply.
It is vital that you receive specialist legal advice as soon as possible as such claims will often be very complex and may involve jurisdiction issues and difficulties pursuing military contractors in the UK and abroad.
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Your claim can be dealt with on a “no win no fee” basis so that, subject to compliance with our terms and conditions, you will not be charged for the work we have done if your claim is unsuccessful.
At Cohen Cramer, we offer a full service with a holistic approach to ensure you receive early rehabilitation and the obtaining of interim payments in appropriate cases. We are experts in relation to the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme, Welfare Benefits System, and Local Authority funding which may be appropriate in certain cases. We always strive to ensure our clients receive the maximum support and compensation in a friendly and approachable manner.
For a full assessment and overview of your claim get in touch with us today.
- Call Diane Davison on 0113 224 7837
- Email: email@example.com
Your claim can be dealt with under a conditional fee agreement. This means that your claim is not successful then, subject to compliance with our terms and conditions, you will not have to pay for the work we have done on your behalf.