Broken Ankle on Exercise (TA)

#1
I am unable to work or attend TA after I broke my ankle in 3 places during a TA training exercise. I am finding it hard to pay the bills as I am used to monthly income from the TA and from fitness classes which I am no longer able to undertake for at least the next six months. Is this just tough luck or can the army help me and my family in any way?
 
#4
The army should be paying you your TA daily rate of pay until you are fit, IIRC
 
#5
You get compensation for breaking your ankle training in the British Army...I remmeber dislocating my knee cap in a karate class and I got told to get the **** up and walk it home.

It must be hard for you since you have alot of responsibilities, I am sure there are many "Claim to day no delay" companies out there.
 
#6
You get compensation for breaking your ankle training in the British Army...I remmeber dislocating my knee cap in a karate class and I got told to get the **** up and walk it home.

It must be hard for you since you have alot of responsibilities, I am sure there are many "Claim to day no delay" companies out there.
You should "remmeber" to **** right off you ******* ******!
 
#9

Pararegtom

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#10
You get compensation for breaking your ankle training in the British Army...I remmeber dislocating my knee cap in a karate class and I got told to get the **** up and walk it home.

It must be hard for you since you have alot of responsibilities, I am sure there are many "Claim to day no delay" companies out there.

YOU STILL HERE YOU ORRIBLE LITTLE ****. F U C K OFF. Thankyou
 

BuggerAll

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#11
At risk of stating the bleeding obvious this is one you need to take up with the chain of command ASAP. If you are having trouble paying bills then you might also try talking to SSAFA.
 

chrisg46

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#12
You get compensation for breaking your ankle training in the British Army...I remmeber dislocating my knee cap in a karate class and I got told to get the **** up and walk it home.

It must be hard for you since you have alot of responsibilities, I am sure there are many "Claim to day no delay" companies out there.
Your first sentence increases my belief that you are a regualr arrser on a deep cover wind up. Otherwise, your opinion counts for nothing here, coward.

Guy in my company broke his leg just before xmas last year on a training weekend. Army paid his wages until he could return to work some 4 or 5 months later i think. He also got compensation, which went some way towards replacing the brand new lowas that were cut off by the medics...
 
#14
If you are short of some Spondulicks, both RU99 and me get paid every Friday,
ask RU99 for a Tap, don't ask me, I'll just fcuk you off coz I'm a tight Twat.
 
#18
#19
You need to speak to your PSAO ASAP - if the injury happened during training you will probably be entitled to a disability claim, basically your full TA daily rate of pay paid for up to 6 months - tax free!!! I deal with these claims fairly often, if you need any further advice please drop me a PM.

PW
 
#20
Thanks for all the good advice. I'm not on a money hunt but as an active bloke with 10 years regular service behind me and a decent police career and fitness classes I take regularly I'm not financially above water for the next 6 months and that is going to take a while to recover from. I have recently been to the funeral of a Royal Marine serviceman that got blown up in Afghan and FFS my situation is not even comparable to that of those families devestated by that incident. I do have 2 small children who would be grateful if the army did well by their daddy as they are two very solid boys ready for the next generation of infantry.
 

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