Criminal Injury Claims

How can we help you?

Your enquiry will be reviewed with no obligation.


Criminal Injury Claims

Fentons Solicitors has a criminal injury claims department with many years' experience in maximising compensation for the victims of crime. We will act for any criminal injuries claimant on a conditional fee agreement basis, ensuring every claimant can feel free to pursue a claim with peace of mind.

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) was established in 1964 to manage the criminal injuries compensation scheme in Britain. It is responsible for the administering of criminal injury compensation to those who have been injured as a result of crime. Since its introduction it has provided some tangible acknowledgement of society's sympathy for innocent victims of violent crime.

The CICA can award anything from £1,000 up to £500,000. The most recent statement of the CICA puts the number of yearly UK criminal injury claims at 76,000 applications resulting in over £200,000,000 being paid out to victims.

The scheme may pay criminal injuries compensation even if the offender is not convicted of the crime causing your injury and even if the offender is not identified or caught.

Fentons also has a department dedicated to helping survivors of child abuse claim for compensation. Whether the abuse was recent or historic, our specialist team can help you. We understand the delicate nature of claims brought by victims of sexual or physical abuse, and how important it is to be able to talk about your case in confidence to people who are experienced in dealing with such matters sensitively and discreetly.

Our vastly experienced team has successfully pursued civil claims for compensation against religious organisations, local authorities, sports organisations, private schools, care organisations and abusers themselves.

Click here for more information about making a claim for Abuse Compensation.

How can Fentons help?
If you think you have a case, or require further assistance with your criminal injury claim or any other personal injury claims, why not call our freephone helpline on 0800 019 1297, alternatively complete the brief criminal injury claim form.