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The Association Of Personal Injury Lawyers (UK) Organization

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) in the UK, is a group of people that have the best interests of those at heart that have been a victim of someone else’s negligence. Sometimes people get hurt on someone else’s clock, so to speak, and when that is the case, they are deserving of financial compensation.

APIL is a non-profit organization that believes everyone deserves a fair shot at justice. They have 3,800 lawyers that are prepared to passionately fight for fair and equal treatment of all those who have fallen victim to the negligence of another person, and ended up hurting themselves. Sometimes the negligence can be on the complatiff’s own head, and in that case, APIL may still be able to help them with the idea going in of less of a financial compensation sum when coming out.

Usual Claims

The common claims that are filed with APIL are personal injury claims by people who have tripped themselves while on the job or have had some other type of work related injury. Also included would be claims of road accidents and work related, non-injury illnesses.

Other claims APIL caters to include back injury, assault, injury related to beauty treatments, fatal accidents, faulty products that were used and caused injury, animal related injuries, sport injuries, and injuries related to boat, plane or train incidents.

Whatever the claim may be, the skilled APIL lawyers will work hard to defend the person’s birth given right of justice.

Upholding The Code Of Conduct

APIL has a code of conduct that lawyers agree to always uphold all throughout their work when signing to work with the organization. The objectives of APIL lawyers include, but are not limited to:

  • To always be in support of promoting full compensation when it comes to all personal injury claims.
  • To always support the improvement of personal injury law.
  • To always have safety as a first thought and alert the public when there is need for concern.
  • To always act in the best interest of each individual client’s needs.
  • To never overcharge for services.

Accreditation Assurance

When one is using any services of APIL’s, they can rest assured that APIL is a fully accredited organization. APIL has been accredited since 1999, so they have the time to back up the claim. Some lawyers working with APIL will be accredited in a specialty area, so they can better serve a client with specific needs. Accreditation in dental injuries, medical injuries or illness, and work related injuries or illness accreditations are to name a few.

Charity Work

APIL makes it a part of their mission statement to work with charities to help those people that may need extra help getting back on their feet. Charities such as the British Lung Foundation, SmartRisk, RoadPeace, CMS UK, RoSPA, Backcare, and Bibic are to just name a few. APIL believes that some of their most rewarding work has come from helping others through charity work.

 

Disclaimer: *In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.

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