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If you are unlucky enough to have a road traffic accident in the last 3 years which was not your fault, you may well be able to make a claim for compensation.
We deal with claims involving:
What is Medical Negligence?
- Whiplash injuries
- Spine and back injuries
- Passenger and pedestrian claims
- Accidents caused by uninsured drivers
- Accidents involving horses
- Fatal accidents
- Injuries caused by defective vehicles or products
- Injuries of the upmost severity
- Motorcycling claims
Medical (or clinical) negligence is when poor health care causes pain, injury, mental problems and even death. You can claim compensation whether the medical accident happened in the NHS or privately and it applies to all kinds of treatment by your hospital, GP or dentist.
But proving a medical negligence claim can be difficult because you have to show your accident was caused by incompetent health care or lack of judgement. You also have to show that the poor treatment actually caused your injury.
Saviour Can Help
Saviour work together with solicitors who are experts in medical negligence claims. We will handle your claim sensitively and listen to what you want to get out of it. We will ensure you get the best possible advice and the compensation you are entitled to.
We will also help you get any rehabilitation you need and put you in touch with support groups.
Criminal Injuries Compensation
We specialise in claiming compensation on behalf of victims of crime throughout the UK. Our dedicated team of Solicitors have extensive experience dealing with Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority claims and are your best prospect for receiving the compensation you deserve. We remove the complexity of claiming against the CICA scheme.
What is CICA?
The CICA, short for Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, is a government organisation that was created to compensate the blameless victims of violent crime. People who have been physically or mentally injured can apply to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority for compensation ranging from £1,000 to £500,000.
Can I Claim?
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority decide to make compensation awards by following a set of rules known as the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme, The scheme sets out the conditions which must be met before a victim of crime will be considered eligible for compensation. You could be eligible to claim if:
- The incident was reported to the police without ANY delay. ANY delay could result in rejection of a claim by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority;
- Your injuries meet the minimum award of £1,000;
- The incident happened within the last two years. (There are special circumstances where you may still be able to claim if the incident happened more than two years ago);
- The incident occurred within England, Wales or Scotland.
How much can I claim?
If you are considered eligible to receive compensation for your injuries there is a set tariff of awards that are available depending on the type of injuries you have sustained. Examples of some of the awards available include:
- 5,000 Fractured Jaw
- 25,000 Loss of an Eye
- 1,500 Loss of a Tooth
- 3,000 Fractured Tibia
- 2,000 Broken Nose
What we do for you:
- We provide a fast and efficient service with no complication and no hassle
- We guarantee a high quality service; all our Solicitors have many years experience claiming form the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.