Criminal Injury

Personal Injury Compensation for Victims of Crime

If you have been the victim of a criminal injury, that is an injury from a criminal act, then you may be entitle to claim criminal injury compensation.

Criminal Injury Compensation

Anyone can become the victim of a criminal act,and it can be distressing and confusing and you may feel like you are to blame. It is not the victim’s fault that someone else broke the law and there are various ways to claim compensation. We will handle your claim for victim compensation with compassion and sensitivity to help and support you throughout the claim process.

There are a variety of criminal acts that can result in injuries, from domestic violence to assault or it may be that you were helping protect someone else, the compensation process can vary. Further information on the individual situations can be found by following the links in the boxes on the right hand side of this page.
In all cases it is important to contact a specialist personal injury lawyer.

For more information, call us on 01606 87 22 00, or email us at info@stonehewermoss.co.uk

How We Can Help

If you or someone you know has been the victim of a criminal act and been injured, then our specialist personal injury team can help. We are happy to chat and provide initial advice free. We will assess your situation and advise you if a claim for criminal injury compensation would be valid and how to proceed. Compensation claims can cover:

  • Your pain and suffering
  • Any loss of earnings
  • Specialist medical or psychological care and rehabilitation

As one of the leading personal injury solicitors in Cheshire Stonehewer Moss are a local friendly firm with specialist knowledge and experience. We can handle your claim confidentially and sensitively and keep you informed on the progress. We can often help on ‘a no win non fee’ basis, and are always happy to discuss your circumstances and advise you if you claim is valid.

Criminal Injury Compensation

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For more information about how we can help you with your claim, call us on 01606 87 22 00, or email us at info@stonehewermoss.co.uk

The Personal Injury Team

Our team are dedicated to achiving the best possible outcome for our clients. Read more here

Dominic Moss

Senior Partner

Dominic Moss Personal Injury Solicitor

d.moss@stonehewermoss.co.uk01606 87 22 00

Sarah Allison

Partner

s.allison@stonehewermoss.co.uk01606 87 22 00

Thomas Owen

Solicitor

Tom Owen Personal Injury Lawyer

t.owen@stonehewermoss.co.uk01606 87 22 00

Julie Capper

Office Administrator

julie@piplaw.co.uk01606 87 22 00

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Solicitors in Northwich covering Chester, Crewe, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Middlewich, Northwich, Runcorn, Sandbach, Warrington, Winsford, and across Cheshire.

Stonehewer Moss Solicitors is a trading style of the Stonehewer Moss Limited, Registered in England No. 542 6583 and PIPLaw
which is a firm of solicitors authorised and regulated by the the Solicitors Regulation Authority No. 471159

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Get in touch today!

Complete the form below and we'll get back to you as soon as possible to help you with your enquiry. Your personal details are never shared or sold.

Alternatively, call us on 01606 87 22 00, or email us at info@stonehewermoss.co.uk

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