Criminal Accident

Criminal Accidents

About Criminal Accident Serious Injury Claims

Our experienced solicitors can help you with your Serious Injury claim as a consequence of a criminal offence. We understand that being a victim of a criminal offence and experiencing a Serious Injury from it can be very traumatising and stressful to any individual and their family. Our solicitors will make sure to be sympathetic and make sure your process is as stress-free and easy as possible, coming out with an outcome that you are happy with, and getting the compensation that you deserve.

Individuals who have been a victim of a criminal injury can find themselves being not only physically but mentally harmed, leading to long and short-term injuries and traumas. If you have experienced a Serious Injury from a criminal offence, you can claim from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority within two years of the crime occurring. If you are unable to claim within two years because of extraneous circumstances, that time can be extended. Contact Solicitors on Your Side to find out whether you can make a Serious Injury claim in relation to a Criminal offence after two years of it happening.

Criminal Injury Compensation

The Criminal Injury Compensation Authority is a body set up by the government to help people who have been victims of a violent crime, it is also known as CICA, there’s a range of things that you can get compensation for, including:

  • Physical injuries
  • Sexual and physical abuse
  • The death of a close relative
  • Paying for someone else’s funeral
  • Disability
  • Mental illness

How will our solicitors help you make a claim?

There’s a range of things that you need to provide when you are applying for Criminal Injury Compensation. Our solicitors will ensure that you provide all the correct details so that you get the best compensation for your particular case.

The things you must provide for your Criminal Injury Compensation application include:

  • Date and location of the crime
  • The police station where the crime was reported
  • Crime reference number
  • Your GP’s name and address, or any other clinic name and address if you needed further treatment
  • Details of any unspent criminal convictions
  • Details of previous details CICA applications

After you have submitted your application, your claim will be accessed by a range of factors based on the information provided in your application and data from the police, your criminal record and any medical records.

You will also have to provide a complete medical report or any psychological assessments after your Serious Injury Criminal accident. This information can be hard to access for some individuals; however, our experienced solicitors will know what details provide and how to get them using their extensive experience in Serious Injury claims.

Our experienced Criminal law solicitors will make sure to make your process is as easy and as stress-free as possible. We will make sure that your voice is heard, and your story is conveyed, allowing clear judgement of your situation. We will make sure you get the best compensation for any trauma that you had to face, whether mental or physical or financial.

How we can help

We understand that experiencing a serious injury in relation to a criminal offence can be truly traumatising to the individual and their family, which can cause long and short-term implications on day to day life. If you have experienced a Serious Injury due to someone’s else’s negligence or mistake, we highly recommend that you contact one of our experienced solicitors at Solicitors on Your Side, so that you can come out with the best possible outcome for your case. The damage faced by individuals could be mental, physical and financial, and our solicitors can enable you to get the compensation that you deserve.

Contact Solicitors on Your Side now!

Contact us now, Solicitors on Your Side can offer you free advice and consultations. Our solicitors can help you on a “no win-no fee” basis. That means there will be no hidden fees, and everything can be done over the phone from anywhere in the UK.

Contact us today by phoning 0330 912 2124, emailing [email protected], or by using our website by filling out an online form.

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