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Have you or a loved one suffered from a serious injury that was not your fault within the last 3 years? you could have a claim for serious injury compensation?.
A serious injury sometimes referred to as a catastrophic injury is a permanent life-changing disability that may require extensive medical treatment, rehabilitation, ongoing support and care. It could stop you working, and have huge financial implications for you and your family.
These would include:
- Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)
- Brain Injury
- Serious burns
- Multiple Orthopaedic Injuries
How we can help you
We will fight for compensation for all your individual needs, which can include medical care, rehabilitation, re-training for employment and on-going loss of earnings. We will work with health providers and case managers to provide you with an appropriate program to help you achieve the best possible outcome for your injuries.
We promise we will always:
- act in your best interests
- take time to listen
- provide regular, jargon-free updates throughout the case
- Fight for the very best compensation for you.
If you or someone you know has been a victim of serious injury then do not hesitate to contact us. We can advise on how much compensation you are expected to receive, how long your claim will take, and any other questions you may have.
Funding your claim
Pursuing a claim for compensation can be very stressful. The last thing that you need to worry about is how to pay for legal support to pursue your claim, which is why we offer a No Win No Fee claims process.
What to do now?
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Our firm will treat you as an individual and not a number; we genuinely care about you and your family’s wellbeing. We are dedicated team experienced in dealing with complex cases. We will offer support at every step of the way and ensure that you are supported throughout you case/claim. We also have access to a range of experts that can assist us ensuring that your case/claim will present in best possible way. We offers a free no-obligation consultation so why not take us up on this offer and decide if we are the expert solicitors for you.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Who will pay the compensation?
It is very rare for the employer concerned to actually shoulder the payment of industrial disease compensation. In the vast majority of cases compensation comes from your employer's "Employers Liability Insurance". It is a legal requirement for all UK employers to have a policy of this type.
Furthermore, in the event that you are still employed by the defendant there are a number of legal safeguards in place to protect you from unfair dismissal or discrimination made on the basis of your claim.
Can I claim compensation following work in Scotland, if I now live outside of Scotland?
Yes. Many of our claimants now live abroad in locations such as France, South Africa and Australia. If you worked in Scotland before you moved overseas, you can bring a claim for compensation in the usual way.
If a family member has died as a result of an industrial disease, can we make a claim?
It is possible to claim compensation on behalf of a deceased family member. However, the claim must be brought within three years of the date of death. Similarly, if the claimant dies during the course of the case, the family can continue with the claim on his or her behalf.
However, if your family member has an industrial disease and later dies from an unrelated incident, you would have three years to claim in respect of the work related illness from the date they knew or ought to have known they were suffering from the condition, not from the date of the unrelated death.
What are the time limits for industrial disease claims?
You can make a claim up to three years from the date the you knew or ought to have known that you were suffering from a work-related illness, or three years from the date of last exposure to any substance or process which has caused the condition (whichever is the later date).
Given that many industrial diseases take a long time to develop, it may be that you need to make a claim decades after the firm responsible for your illness has ceased to trade. But, as long as it is within three years of diagnosis of an industrial disease, it may still be possible to claim compensation when retired or no longer work for the former employer responsible for causing your illness.