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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Psychological injury claims

    Is it possible to claim compensation for bullying at school?

    There are occasions when we may receive injuries despite having done nothing wrong. For example, you may be involved in an accident whereby someone else wasn’t paying attention, perhaps driving into you or knocking you down. If negligence is the reason why you were hurt, there is a chance you could claim something in compensation…..

    How to know if someone is in shock after an accident

    ContentsWhat is medical shock?What are the symptoms of shock after an accident?How is shock treated?Other types of shockShould you claim personal injury compensation?Contact Accident Advice Helpline for more informationShock can occur after any type of accident, from falling down a flight of stairs at work to a road traffic accident. Medical shock is a life-threatening….

    Psychological accidents: Flashbacks

    ContentsWhat are flashbacks?Some of the more common causes of flashbacks:Can flashbacks be treated?Am I possibly entitled to claim compensation?The psychological impact of an accident may recur for a long time, even after the injuries have physically healed. In this article, Accident Advice Helpline takes a look at the psychological effects of suffering an accident, and….

    How to claim emotional trauma compensation

    If you’ve escaped an accident without any physical injuries, there is still a chance that you could be left suffering from a psychological injury or emotional trauma. Depression, anxiety, PTSD – these are all forms of emotional trauma which can seriously impact your life and take time to recover from. But you could claim emotional….

    Psychological injury claims

    When someone is involved in an accident, they may suffer several physical injuries. These could be anything from mild injuries to life-threatening ones. However, we don’t often think of the psychological effects of an accident, and yet these can be just as debilitating as the physical effects – sometimes, even more so. Psychological injury claims….

    Psychological injuries

    When most of us think about claims for personal injury compensation, we imagine physical injuries such as broken bones and head injuries. But in this day and age, psychological injuries can be just as common, and if you have suffered this type of injury due to somebody else’s negligence, you might find yourself wondering what….

    Psychiatric injury claim

    Psychiatric injuries are one of the most distressing injuries that a person can suffer. The personality changes, sleep disturbances, mood changes and other emotional and psychological symptoms cause upset and disruption to the sufferer and other people that they live with. As a result, many people also suffer financially. This may be because they are….

    Claim For Accident Trauma

    At Accident Advice Helpline, we understand the trauma and stress of being involved in an accident that was not your fault. We can help you make a compensation claim for accident trauma if the following circumstances apply to you: The accident happened within the last 3 years It happened through no fault of your own….


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