Claiming Compensation for Terrorism Related Injuries

When it comes to Terrorism, you never know when you could be injured. You could be walking down the street, attending your favourite concert of event or simply commuting to work. The unexpected nature of Terrorism also makes it one of the most dangerous forms of injury, and with the main aim of Terrorism being to either maim or kill, the injuries which result from such attacks are often severe.

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If you are injured in a Terrorism attack then chances are it wasn’t your fault.  If this is the case then you may be eligible to make a claim against the guilty party to cover any expenses that you have incurred as a result of these injuries. These expenses could include medical expenses, loss of income and any debt expenses you incur as a result of not being able to repay your mortgage or other loans.

Common causes of Terrorism Related Injuries

When it comes to Terrorism related injuries, the extent of the attack will normally determine the extent of the injuries caused, but some of the most common injuries include:

  • Injuries to limbs, this can include broken legs, arms, shoulders and other bones
  • Permanent disabilities including a loss of hearing, eyesight or other senses
  • Loss of limb, this can include losing a leg or arm
  • Partial or total paralysis, including losing the ability to move or operate parts of the body including the legs and therefore losing the ability to walk
  • Head injuries including brain damage and loss of memory
  • Death

What should I do next?

If you are a victim of a Terrorist attack it is important to report your injuries straight away to a doctor or nurse, this can be done automatically if you are taken to hospital. It is also important to note any side effects that you feel from the attack, this can include simple symptoms such as struggling to hear or see or feelings of nausea and dizziness.

How can I claim?

If you have been the victim of a Terrorist attack then you may be eligible to claim compensation for any medical injuries that you have occurred. If the attack is severe your ability to continue your daily life may have been impaired and you may therefore be able to claim for total or permanent disability to help you in the future.

The Manners Pimblett team are specially trained professionals who can help you to make your claim the compensation you are entitled to. If you are tired of suffering in silence then give the team a call today on 0845 077 0772 or complete our claims form and our team will get working on your case straight away.

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