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Victims of stabbing are likely to be entitled to make a criminal injury compensation claim in relation to their stab wounds.
Stabbings are amongst the most common form of criminal assault in the UK, and can lead to huge psychological trauma as well as the obvious physical pain. At Blackwater Law, we can help you to put a case forward to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. In most cases, you will not have to attend court as part of your case, and any compensation paid out is based solely on the level of injuries experienced.
The Scheme was designed to help those who have suffered from violent crime to make a claim. It goes without saying that compensation can never truly offset the trauma caused by a stabbing but it can go some way towards overcoming the incident, both physically and psychologically, reflecting the pain and suffering caused to the victim and/or their families.
We can guide you through the terms and conditions of the CICA scheme and help you to understand what is required to make stabbing compensation claims. At Blackwater Law, we can work closely alongside you to gather as much evidence as we need to, including police and medical reports and details of any treatments you or a loved one have undergone.
You must register on the site to be eligible for a claim. If you feel that you have a case, get in touch with one of our criminal injury lawyers today to discuss stabbing claims.
If you have been the victim of a stabbing, or are related to someone who has, Blackwater Law are waiting to hear from you. We have an excellent track record when it comes to seeking justice for the victims of violent crime and are always able to offer you the guidance and support you need.
Call today to discuss your circumstances and we’ll let you know if we think you have a case. We’re determined to bring you the best possible outcome and secure the compensation for stabbing injuries that is rightfully yours.