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Psychological and emotional injuries

It is common for people injured in an accident, to think about the physical injuries that have been caused, but they do not always consider the psychological and emotional impact that an accident can also have on that persons life.

At QualitySolicitors Knight Polson we understand how upset and distressed you will be feeling and the worry that you will have. It is not easy to talk to a stranger about how you are feeling, but our experience in this specialist area of the law, you will feel comfortable talking to our team in complete confidence.

There are many ways in which you may suffer from psychological or emotional injuries. You may:

  • have been injured in a serious car accident and as a result of the accident you may be having nightmares about it;
  • and/or developed a fear of getting in a car or going anywhere near the scene of your accident.

You do not necessarily need to have been directly involved in the accident to have suffered from psychological injuries but you may still have a claim. A witness to an accident where a loved family member or close connection is injured, may be sufficient.. 

If you suffered from abuse as a child, whether physically, mentally or sexually, you may have emotional injuries that resulted from this.

If you would like to discuss your case or even if you are not sure whether an accident may have had an impact, our approachable and friendly solicitors can help. We have a wealth of experience in this specialist area of the law and can provide all the advice and support you need. With our free initial assessment promise it’s easy to find out what your options are before deciding what action to take, so to discuss your case call us on 02392 801 102.

Offices in Eastleigh and Fareham.

News and media

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    • Posted on February 9, 2016
      On 29 December 2015 the Serious Crime Act 2015 came in to effect. Under section 76 of that Act it is now a crime to use coercive or controlling behaviour on another person. It is hoped that this will help victims of domestic abuse which falls short of physical violence as they can now seek protection under this new offence.
      Posted in: Crime, Family
    • Posted on August 12, 2015
      The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has warned that insurers should be directed by GPs to request a GP Report under the Access to Medical Reports Act 1988 rather than to utilise the insured’s subject access rights under the Data Protection Act 1998. Medical professionals providing full patient records following a request from an insurance company could be in breach of data protection laws.
      Posted in: Civil Litigation

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