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Can I Make a Claim?

There are many different types of personal injury claims, the most common being accidents in the work place, on the road, and slips, trips and falls. If you've been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault, no matter where it happened, InjuryClaimsNationwide is here to support you through your claim process, to help you get the compensation you deserve as quickly and smoothly as possible.

Why make a claim?

As well as an injury, accident victims may also suffer unexpected financial expenses. Time off work to make a full recovery can lead to a loss of income. Other costs may also be incurred, such as medical expenses, personal property damage costs and travel expenses. So it’s important for you to put your claim forward and receive the compensation you deserve.

Do I have a claim?

To make a successful personal injury claim, it must be shown that someone else was at least partly at fault. We work with some of the UK's leading personal injury claims specialists. Our friendly service is completely free and one of our partners will take you through the process, so you can concentrate on making a full recovery.

  • Complete our simple form to begin your claim enquiry
  • We will put you in touch with an injury claims specialist who will walk you through the whole process
  • You are under no obligation, our specialist partners will help you understand if you have a claim
  • Proceed with your claim to get the compensation you deserve

Claim Types

If you've been injured as a result of any of the following, click the links below to find out more:

We recieve thousands of claim enquiries and understand your right to the compensation you deserve. Fill in our quick form now to start your claim enquiry »

Accident at Work

A 'duty of care' is a legal obligation. All employers have a duty of care towards their employees and are therefore required by law to ensure they provide a safe working environment. Should they fail to provide such a work place, they could be held responsible for any accidents or injuries sustained by their employees whilst at work.

You could make a claim if you have been injured at work as a direct result of your employers neglecting to follow Health and Safety laws. By law, employers must carry out regular machinery tests, provide adequate safety equipment or inform their employees of potential dangers in the workplace and how to avoid them.

Whatever the set of hazards a working environment may contain, an employer must be seen to make every effort to protect their staff from danger. If their negligence results in you being injured, you may be entitled to compensation. It’s also worth knowing that it is perfectly within your rights to make such a claim – if you are fired as a result, this is regarded as ‘unfair dismissal’ and is illegal.

How do I make a claim?

Making a claim is easy. Our service is completely free, and our partners could help you make a no win no fee* compensation claim. Fill in our quick form to make your claim enquiry today »

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Road Traffic Accident

Unfortunately, road traffic accidents occur all too often. Every year, thousands of people are injured, whether they were the driver, passenger, or a pedestrian, through no fault of their own. If you’ve been involved in a road traffic accident, you could be eligible to make a claim.

If you were involved in a road accident as a:

  • Driver of a vehicle (i.e. van, car, bus, lorry, bike/cycle, motorbike or motorcycle), and that accident was caused by another negligent driver
  • Passenger in a vehicle involved in a road traffic accident. The accident may have been caused by either the driver of the vehicle you were travelling with or by another driver
  • Pedestrian or a cyclist that was hit by another negligent motor vehicle

You could be entitled to compensation. Our service is completely free. Make your claim enquiry today »

What if the driver that hit me was uninsured?

All motorists are required by law to have a valid insurance policy. This means that if you are hurt by a third party motorist, you can pursue a road traffic accident claim against them. However, if the negligent motorist was uninsured at the time of the accident, you can still make a claim through the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB). If the accident involved a stolen vehicle, or was a hit and run, you can make a claim against the vehicle owner's insurance company, or through the MIB.

How do I make a claim?

Making a claim is easy. Our service is completely free, and our partners could help you make a no win no fee* compensation claim. Fill in our quick form to make your claim enquiry today »

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Slip Trip or Fall

Have you been injured in a slip, trip or fall? These are one of the most common types of accidents, affecting thousands of people in the UK every year. A simple slip can cause very serious injuries such as back injuries, broken bones, paralysis, and head injuries. Many slips and trips occur in the working environment due to poor health and safety regulations. To make a slip trip and fall claim you must have been injured in the last three years, the accident must have been somebody else's fault, and you required medical attention.

Accident on Roads, Footpaths, Pavements

Accidents can occur due to uneven floors, pavements, potholes, steps or ramps, and can cause serious injury. The owners or occupiers of these premises have a legal responsibility to keep them in a safe condition, and can be liable for damages if you are injured as a result of their negligence. When an accident occurs in public areas, the responsibility normally lies with the Local Authority, who again can be liable for damages.

Accident on Commercial Premises

If you've been injured on commercial premises, you could be entitled to compensation. The owners or occupiers of these premises have a duty to keep their premises in a safe condition. If they neglect to do so, they may be liable for damages.

Accident at Work

Many work accidents result from slips, trips or falls including falls from height. Employers are governed by a Statute to maintain a safe environment and may be liable to compensate injured employees for lost earnings and medical expenses.

How do I make a claim?

Making a claim is easy. Our service is completely free, and our partners could help you make a no win no fee* compensation claim. Fill in our quick form to make your claim enquiry today »

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Faulty Product

Whenever a product is sold to consumers, it must be safe for its intended use. The Consumer Protection Act 1987 states that if a product causes personal injury, and the injury was not due to misuse, the person injured has the legal right to make a compensation claim against the manufacturer or retailer responsible. This means that a compensation claim can be made even if the person injured did not buy the faulty product.

If you've been injured as a result of using a faulty or unsafe product, you could be entitled to make a defective product compensation claim. InjuryClaimsNationwide can help you to get the compensation you deserve.

How can I make a claim?

To make a successful personal injury claim, it must be shown that someone else was at least partly at fault. We work with some of the UK's leading personal injury claims specialists who understand your need for the process to be as simple ans straight forward as possible. Our friendly service is completely free and has been designed to do most of the work for you.

Fill in our quick form now to start your claim enquiry today »

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Medical Negligence

Fortunately, more frequently than not, health care in the UK is of a high standard and it’s not necessary for us to second guess our doctors, dentists, nurses or other health care workers. Occasionally however, that’s not the case. If you’ve suffered ill health or an injury due to medical negligence, you could be entitled to compensation. To find out how much you could claim, simply fill in our quick form to start you claim enquiry now.

Do you have a medical negligence claim?

  • Pain, injury, mental health problems or even death caused as a result of poor health care
  • The medical incident happened either on the NHS or privately
  • Claims can include many different types of treatment by your dentist, GP or hospital
  • You can show that your accident/injury was directly caused by incompetent health care or lack of judgment

Proving a medical negligence claim can be difficult, so it is vital that you seek expert legal advice on your case.

How can I make a claim?

Making a claim is easy. We work with some of the UK's leading injury specialists who understand your need for the process to be as simple and straight forward as possible. Our friendly service is completely free and has been designed to do most of the work for you so you can concentrate on your recovery.

We recieve thousands of claim enquiries and understand your right to the compensation you deserve. Get the compensation you deserve. Fill in our quick form now to start your claim enquiry »

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