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You can keep your compensation and still claim means-tested benefits if your compensation is protected by a personal injury trust. Personal injury trust or special needs trust or compensation protection trust and protection of State means-tested benefits. All names used … Continue reading
I have been told I may need a personal injury trust by my personal injury solicitor A personal injury trust is the only legitimate way to hold compensation and still receive state means-tested benefits. A personal injury trust is an … Continue reading
Most means tests for benefits look at your capital and income. Working tax credits is not a means-tested benefit. It is an adjustment to your earnings based on your income alone. So what protection is provided by a personal injury … Continue reading
To create a trust for personal injury compensation you need a trust deed. This is a legal document which creates the trust and appoints your trustees. Once your trust document is complete the next step is for the trustees to … Continue reading