We ensure that your case is dealt with sensitively, providing the highest level of care, and confidentially
If you have been the victim of a violent crime that has resulted in you sustaining a personal injury or loss, Prettys’ criminal injury lawyers can assist you in bringing a claim for compensation either through the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority scheme (CICA) or through the civil courts.
Suffering an injury as a result of a criminal act is always a traumatic experience for the person affected. Criminal injuries often involve significant physical and psychological distress, and victims are left to pick up the pieces. Pursuing compensation can be an important step in helping victims recover from their injuries, and our criminal injury lawyers are dedicated to supporting your claim so you can do just that.
Our aim is to obtain the compensation that will help you to move forward in your recovery and to provide you with all the help and support that you need.
We understand that compensation cannot change what has happened, but we can assist to provide you with some form of justice to recognise the suffering.
What Can We Do For You?
Prettys offer personalised legal advice to those looking to pursue a criminal injuries compensation claim. You may be eligible for compensation if you have suffered injuries or illness as a result of:
- A violent assault or crime
- Sexual abuse, assault or harassment
- Domestic abuse
If any of the above applies to you, or if you have been affected by any other type of criminal injury, it is important not to suffer in silence. Get in touch with our team today to find out how we can help you.
Why Choose Prettys?
Prettys have developed a reputation for going above and beyond to provide continued guidance and support from the moment we are contacted, through to the conclusion of the case. This commitment to client care has seen us be awarded the Lexcel Quality Mark.
Speak to our team of expert personal injury lawyers about your criminal injury compensation claim today. Contact us on 01473 232121, or enquire online or send us an email via firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch.