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What is a Personal Injury Trust?

A Personal Injury Trust is a legal document (normally a 'Bare Trust'), which transfers control of the money in respect of a personal injury from the person receiving it ('the Settlor') to two or more people or a Trust Corporation ('the Trustees') with instructions that they hold the Trust Fund for the person's benefit (as 'Beneficiary').

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