Psychological harm can have a number of causes from road traffic incidents to accidents at work or a non-impact injury such as repetitive strain injury (RSI) or a respiratory disease. Symptoms of psychological injury can include depression, irritability, nightmares, lack of sleep, panic attacks, flashbacks and tearfulness.
We understand that talking about what happened isn’t always easy but our experienced and approachable legal advisors will put you at ease, making the process as simple as possible. We have helped many people in similar situations and will support and guide you through every step.
In the aftermath of an accident, the psychological damage may not be immediately obvious and could take weeks or even months to surface. So even if you suffered an accident some time ago, you may still be able to make a claim for the distress you’ve suffered since.
If you are experiencing psychological harm and would like to find out if you could make a claim, our compassionate and friendly legal advisors are here to help. We have a wealth of experience in this specialist area of the law and with our free initial assessment promise it’s easy to find out what your options are. So for further help or advice, give us a call on 01254 872272.