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An accident is an unfortunate incident that happens unexpectedly and unintentionally, and often results in damage to property or injury to people or animals.

Claiming for compensation

If you have been injured by an accident that wasn’t your fault then you may be entitled to a compensation claim. Even if you fail to find the specific claim page on this website for your accident, it doesn’t mean you can’t claim for your accident. The different claims found on this website are only to provide information for the most common accident claims that we receive from our clients. You should claim for the damages that you have suffered and the expenses incurred caused by the accident.

Accidents can happen everywhere

Accidents are unavoidable and can happen anywhere at any time. You may have an accident on a plane or abroad in a different country. You may come back home with a stomach bug after getting food poisoning from your last meal in a different country. Slip, trip and fall accidents are amongst the most popular types of claims we get and again, can happen anywhere. If you regularly partake in sporting activities, then you run the risk of accidents and injuries.

Accidents can happen to anyone

It’s not just adults who are entitled to claim for compensation from injuries caused by accidents. Children can also claim for compensation, however, a child may not bring a claim to the attention of the courts. A child, classed as a minor in law, requires a responsible person to bring a claim on their behalf. This is usually the child’s parent or legal guardian. However, depending on the claim type and circumstances, a child will generally have up to 3 years after they have legally turned adult to start a claim if they haven’t already done so.

> Slip and trip claims

> Children accident claims

> Food poisoning claims

> Injured by animal claims

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