Military Injury Claims



We understand that your time spent in the armed forces was at that time your life.  You are likely to have been taken around the world as part of your tour of active duty.  However, being in the armed forces is a career where danger is ever present and unfortunately, accidents and injuries can occur through no fault of your own.

If you have therefore sustained an injury whilst working in the armed forces we can help you make a compensation claim.

Sarah Lincoln, Senior Partner has extensive experience in handling military claims.

She can work on a No Win No Fee basis, meaning there is little financial risk to yourself.

    In particular we can help with claims including:

    • Accidents that have occurred whilst on duty
    • Accidents involving defective equipment
    • Injuries sustained on training exercises
    • Military medical negligence
    • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
    • Bullying, harrassment, discrimination , rape and sexual assault claims
    • Armed Forces Compensation Claim

    So how do I make a claim?

    If you wish to make a claim on a no win no fee basis, then please contact us via our CONTACTS PAGE for a free confidential discussion about your claim.

    From the moment you have suffered you injuries, please ensure you keep copies of all receipts and important correspondence This all helps us in assessing the prospects of success of your claim, as we are only able to take on matters on a no win no fee basis if we believe we more likely to win the case than lose the case (on the balance of probabilities).


    Lincoln Watts & Leeding (LWL) are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). Under the SRA Transparency Rules all such legal practices are required to publish information on prices and services in respect of specific types of legal work undertaken by them.

              Depending on the value of your claim (which is normally valued using the Judicial College Guidelines 17th Edition and relevant case law) will depend on what costs can be recovered as their are various regimes in place setting out different fees depending on the value of the claim and whether the claim is litigated or not.