Compensation for a military personal injury can be classified in two categories, one of which will require minimal help from Claim Time outside of general advice, and once which requires you to have a solicitor to obtain your compensation.
Claims under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme
Claim Time will provide as much advice as you need when it comes to a claim made under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme, however, these claims do not require a solicitor. You will need to fill out a form detailing your injuries, which will then be classified by the scheme. The compensation you receive will depend upon where the injury is categorised.
Claims against the MoD
In the case that you believe the Ministry of Defence has neglected its duties and caused you undue injury that is unrelated to the hazards of normal service, but rather has come about due to incompetence on their part, then you will require a solicitor. In this case compensation will be decided based on the severity of injury and the liability of the MoD. It will cover everything from general compensation through to compensation for lost earnings or aftercare.
Claim Time will do its utmost to ensure that you receive the highest compensation package possible and, if needed, will provide you with Aftercare as well.