Psychological Injury Compensation

Psychological injuries can result from a variety of different accidents and incidents. The effects these psychological injuries can have on an individual’s life are enormous. As well as being involved in an accident, exposure to a traumatic event can cause serious psychological injury to someone. Indeed, up to 25% of people who are exposed to traumatic events go on to suffer psychological difficulties. If you believe that your psychological injury was set off by someone’s negligence – for example an accident at work – or by a situation beyond your control – for example a terror attack – then you may be able to make apsychological injury compensation claim.

Why not contact us and learn more about how we can help you claim compensation for your psychological injury.

Psychological injuries differ from physical injuries in the fact that they may not be immediately noticeable or diagnosable. Conditions such as anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder take time to develop, diagnose and treat. Symptoms of psychological injury include the following; anger, depression, anxiety, lethargy and insomnia. These symptoms can rigorously hamper the sufferer’s life making it impossible for them to work, or forcing them to pay for expensive medical treatments. Psychological injury compensation can go a long way to provide financial assistance to people suffering from these incapacitating conditions. As all psychological injury claims are undertook on a no win no fee basis there is no financial risk to you.

Below is a list of accidents and incidents that can cause psychological injury:

  • Road Accidents
  • Accidents at Work
  • Abuse
  • Military Accidents
  • Terrorist Incidents
  • Harassment at Work

Road Accidents – Road accidents are common causes of psychological injury causing symptoms such as anxiety and panic attacks.

Accidents at Work – Similar to road accidents, psychological injury at work can result from accidents and cause symptoms such as anxiety.

Abuse – Physical/sexual/verbal abuse can cause depression and anxiety.

Military Accidents – Many soldiers suffer symptoms such as anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder after incidents in the field.

Terrorist Incidents – Compensation schemes are available for people who have suffered injury – including psychological –in terror attacks in Britain or abroad.

Harassment at Work – Verbal or sexual harassment at work can cause psychological injury, including anxiety and depression.

This list is by no means exhaustive as many accidents and incidences can cause psychological injury. If you have suffered psychological injury that you believe was caused by an incident where you were not at fault then please call for our free expert advice. We understand the need for sensitivity and support in handling psychological injury cases and we can assure you that we will do everything to make your case as easy and smooth as possible. We are skilled professionals who have handled many cases like yours, providing victims with compensation to help them through their condition. At Ashley Ainsworth we operate on a strict no win no fee basis ensuring that you can make your personal injury claim without the worry of financial risk.

Psychological injury compensation solicitor

At Ashley Ainsworth we have vast experience in dealing with psychological injury compensation claims. We can provide you with a top UK psychological injury compensation solicitor who specialises in the field. They have helped many people before and know exactly the best course of action to get you the compensation package you are entitled too.

Call 08000 93 33 93 or contact us now and talk to one of our team about your psychological injury.

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