UK Soldier Training Accident Claim

UK Soldier Training Accident Claim

We are military accident claim solicitors and help members of the Armed Forces who have been injured in training scenarios to claim compensation.

    Specialists in UK Soldier Training Accident Claims

    Have you served as a soldier in the UK and been seriously injured in a training setting? Has the injury left you unable to work? Are you still suffering pain and discomfort due to your injuries now? Have you been medically discharged from service as a result of the injuries sustained in the accident? If so, you may be able to make a UK soldier training accident claim for compensation against the MoD, through a civil claim.

    Welcome to Nigel Askew Solicitors, we are firm of personal injury solicitors that specialise in complex and high value claims. We represent current serving members of the Armed Forces and ex serving members of the Armed Forces in a variety of claims arising from injuries that have taken place in training settings.

    Our military team have over 20 years of experience in representing members of the Military in claims against the MoD and are available to speak with you now.

    We offer all new enquiries a free and no obligation initial claim consultation and do not charge clients fees to get new claims up and running.

    Call us today on 01507 609027 or submit your name and contact information using the form on this page and one of our team will contact you to discuss your claim in more detail. Alternatively, you can email us details of your enquiry to

    UK Soldier Training Accidents

    Over the past 20 years our solicitors have advised thousands of military clients regarding No Win No Fee claims. During this time, we have advised service men and women on a wide range of different military training accident types.

    Some of the most common training accidents we have advised on include:

    • Hearing loss and deafness caused by prolonged exposure to noise without sufficient PPE
    • Knee, hip, neck and ankle injuries during physical fitness training accidents, including obstacle and SAQ training accidents
    • Serious injuries resulting from parachute jump training accidents
    • Abseiling and mountaineering accidents, leading to serious neck, back and hand injuries

    How much compensation can you claim?

    This is one of the most common questions we are asked by soldiers contacting us regarding new claims.

    Every claim is different and the amount of compensation you may expect to receive depends on a number of different factors including the type of accident you have been involved in, the severity of your injuries, whether you have been discharged from service and if you have suffered a financial loss as a result of your injury.

    Our team of specialist solicitors have a proven track record of successfully winning significant amounts of compensation on behalf of our military clients.

    • Our solicitors represented a member of the Army in his claim for over £615,000 for his military training related hearing loss claim
    • We represented another member of the Army in his claim for £286,000 in his non-freezing cold injury claim, sustained during training exercises in Scotland.
    • We represented a member of the Navy claim over £300,000 for his non-freezing cold injury, sustained during underwater training exercises
    • We represented a member of the RAF claim over £100,000 for his serious arm injury, sustained during training

    If you have been seriously injured during military training, in an accident that was not your fault then please contact Nigel Askew Solicitors today on 01507 609027.

    How long do training accidents take from start to finish?

    We pride ourselves on offering our clients the highest standard of legal advice and will keep you updated every step of way throughout the claims process.

    All military training accident claims are different and due to the complex nature of personal injury claims, the majority of claims take longer than 12 months to settle.

    Rest assured, our team have 20 years of experience in running these claims and will work as hard as we can to expedite the claims process.

    Are there time limits for making a claim?

    Yes, the window of opportunity to start a new claim is very strict.

    The law in England & Wales states that someone has 3 years from the date of an accident, a medical diagnosis or from the date they first realised their injury was caused by their work, to start a new civil claim.

    The “limitation” period is one of the most common reasons for new UK soldier training accident claims failing, so we recommend you contact us as soon as possible for our specialist advice regarding your potential claim.

    Call us now on 01507 609027.

    Why choose Nigel Askew Solicitors to represent you?

    We are proud to offer all our clients a completely bespoke service, often attending them at their homes or locations close to their barracks to sign documents, take statements and provide claim updates.

    We pride ourselves on being able to offer a truly personal service and unlike at many larger law firms, your military claim will be dealt with by a senior solicitor from start to finish.

    We fund all of our claims using No Win No Fee agreements and do not charge clients any upfront fees to get a new claim up and running.

    Contact Nigel Askew Solicitors Today

    We offer all new UK soldier training accident claim enquiries a free and no obligation phone consultation to discuss the merits of your potential claim.

    To take advantage of this offer, call us now on 01507 609027.

    We are proud to represent military clients across the UK so whether you live in Lincoln or Leeds, Newquay or Nottingham, Bristol or Basingstoke, our team of expert military training accident solicitors can offer you expert legal advice today.

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