A not-for-profit organisation
committed to injured people
A not-for-profit organisation
committed to injured people

I have been injured

No one chooses to have their life turned upside down by injury, but if you have suffered injury or illness as a result of someone else’s negligence you may be able to claim compensation and get help with rehabilitation to aid your recovery.

Find an injury lawyer

Choose from the options below to find an accredited lawyer or click on the chat icon to the lower-right of the screen to chat to an APIL representative during office hours.

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Why choose an accredited lawyer?

APIL accreditation provides a quality mark of competence and specialist expertise for solicitors and counsel dealing with personal injury and medical/clinical negligence claims
APIL lawyers must undertake at least 16 hours professional legal training every year to make sure they remain up-to-date with the latest developments
By signing up to our code of conduct APIL lawyers are committed to acting in your best interests at all times
Many of our lawyers specialise in certain areas of injury law – look for the specialist quality marks

Find out more about accredited lawyers


How long do I have to make a claim?

What types of injury can I claim for?

Can I make a No Win No Fee claim?

How much is my claim worth?

View our initial guidance

Check whether a lawyer is accredited

APIL accreditation shows that a lawyer has achieved a high standard of specialist expertise and competence. If you are considering whether to appoint a lawyer to handle your claim we recommend checking whether they are APIL accredited first.

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Severe Injury Help Hub

If your husband, wife, partner, best friend, child, mum, dad or anyone else you love is critically injured - what do you do? In times of crisis, the strain can be overwhelming. When someone is incapacitated, perhaps in a coma, you might be worried about how your children are coping, or how the bills are going to be paid.

Go to the Severe Injury Help Hub

Support organisations

Charities and organisations supporting injured people

Help and support

Access to services

Information, advice & guidance

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