This page will help you find relevant information regarding your accident or injury and if a trust is required.
Personal injury compensation
- Accident at work compensation – your workplace must be risk assessed, so why do accidents at work still happen?
- Brain injury accident – brain or head injuries have serious consequences which require careful medical evaluation.
- Compensation calculation – explanation of partial fault through to the calculation of financial loss.
- Cycling accident compensation – you are encouraged to cycle for your health and the environment, but the cyclist is a vulnerable road user.
- Motorcycle accident compensation – greater manoeuvrability and acceleration put motorcyclists at risk, particularly when extra attention is necessary to spot a bike.
- Pedestrian accident compensation – despite the various types of road crossings, a pedestrian is always going to come off worse when struck by a car.
- Spinal injury compensation – an obvious case for experienced legal and medical expert advice.
Personal injury trusts
This guide will help you decide if a personal injury trust is right for you.
- What is a personal injury trust?
- What are the next steps?
- Living in Northern Ireland?
- Living in Scotland?
Trustee role and responsibility
For those asked to act as a trustee for a personal injury trust
- What is a bare trust?
- How many trustees are required?
- Do I complete an annual tax return?
- What are my responsibilities?
- What about investments and taxes?