Personal Injury
Military Injury

The Armed Forces Compensation Scheme (AFCS)

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The AFCS exists to compensate military personnel who’ve suffered a personal injury or an accident at work.

Compensation awards start at around £1,200 and rise to as much £650,000.

Listen to Bond Ma, a specialist solicitor in military injuries, explain how awards are calculated and why expert legal advice may help, especially when it comes to contesting an award or a rejected claim.

Requests can also be made to the AFCS for existing awards to be reviewed should a military injury unexpectedly deteriorate.

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