NFCI Personal injury claims

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  • Outstanding Results, 96.96% Success Rate*
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What is NFCI?

NFCI or Non-Freezing Cold Injury is experienced when the body is exposed to cold or wet conditions for a prolonged period of time. These conditions can cause the body’s temperature to fall, meaning the supply of blood to the body’s extremities is restricted. When a person is exposed to these conditions for too long it can cause damage to the small nerves and vascular compromise.

What Factors Increase the risk of NFCI?

There are a number of factors that can increase your risk of experiencing an NFCI while carrying out your duties as a member of the Armed forces. These factors include:

  • Carrying out static duties such as Guard duties (Stag duties)
  • Being of African-Caribbean descent
  • A history of cold-related injuries
  • No ability to dry yourself or access to dry kit
  • Being dehydrated or poorly fed

What are the symptoms of NFCI?

Military personnel who have been exposed to cold or wet weather conditions and suffered an NFCI, are likely to experience symptoms such as numbness, a pins and needles type pain, a burning pain and pain on rewarming. This pain can be acute . A person who has suffered an NFCI is likely to be advised, for the long term, to avoid involuntary cold exposure in circumstances where they are unable to immediately come in from the cold if symptoms reappear. This can put NFCI sufferers at a disadvantage in the workplace.

Do I have an NFCI claim?

If you have experienced pain caused by exposure to cold or wet conditions while carrying out your duties or during training as a member of the Armed forces you could be entitled to compensation. Speak to one of our friendly and professional Military Injury Specialists on 0800 213 214 to find out if you have a claim.

Who is Harris Fowler?

Established in 1994, Harris Fowler is a firm of Solicitors who specialise in personal injury claims.  We have an outstanding success rate, getting clients the compensation that they deserve. Our friendly and approachable team will listen to you and take over the legal process and work for you on a No Win No Fee basis, with no hidden extras.

96.96% Success Rate*

At Harris Fowler, we have an extremely high success rate of 96.96%. How do we do it? By giving every client’s case the full attention it deserves. From day one, we put in the time and effort to prepare, making your case the very best it can be. And it works.

No Win No Fee, With No Hidden Extras

After an injury, it can feel like your life has been turned upside down. It’s stressful. But your personal injury claim shouldn’t be. At Harris Fowler, when we say ‘no win no fee’ we mean it – no hidden extras, no unexpected charges, no asking for money as the case progresses. You focus on getting better; we will deal with the rest.

Trustworthy, Friendly and Approachable

We truly care about people’s lives.  We’re here for you every step of the way; explaining the process, unravelling complicated legal language, listening, and making your claim the strongest it can be.  Many clients tell us it’s our friendliness that makes us different.  That’s the Harris Fowler way.

Why should I choose Harris Fowler?

Just like seeing a specialist in Hospital, it makes sense to choose a specialist firm of solicitors. And at Harris Fowler our specialism is personal injury.  Our years of experience have given us a level of expertise that you simply can’t normally find at a more general solicitors firm.

“First rate solicitors. To the point and no fuss. I have had a very good experience with them and would recommend them to others…”

Paul
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What do I do next?

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