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Territorial Army

Have you been the victim of injury related to the Territorial Army, which was not your fault?

Whether on or off duty, members of The Territorial Army share the same rights as civilian employees, in the event of wrongful injury or lasting psychological damage. The Ministry of Defence is comparably to any other employer regarding culpability for employee safety. Whilst facing obvious and acknowledged forms of dangers as a career choice, servicemen and women are equally at risk from employer negligence, incorrect equipment, and injury as a result of improper training. Godloves Solicitors have the capability to work tactfully and compassionately in this area, to bring together your claim for compensation.

Proven Expertise In Military Injuries Claims

We help people just like you who have been involved in an Territorial Army injury, to receive the maximum armed forces injury compensation they are entitled to, and remember, No Win, No Fee means you have nothing to pay should your claim not be successful. You can also use our online Claim Calculator to find out how much your claim is worth.

Godloves Solicitors can help you with your Armed Forces Claim

So, if you feel you have a case for a Territorial Army injury claim compensation then contact Godloves Solicitors today on 0800 0193 710

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