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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 : Depression claims

    How to claim psychological injury compensation


    A traumatic event such as a car accident or an accident at work could easily cause a psychological injury, as well as physical injuries. Psychological injuries could include depression/anxiety as well as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), with symptoms including low mood, irritability, anxiety and nightmares or flashbacks. If you have suffered no physical injuries then….

    Suffering a head injury causing depression and anxiety


    Have you suffered a head injury causing depression and anxiety? You are not alone – many people who have a head injury experience all kinds of physical and emotional effects stemming from that incident. Even if you recover well physically, you may feel depressed and anxious for some time afterwards. It’s easy to become depressed….

    Has your head injury caused depression?


    Head injuries are broadly split into two types – minor head injuries and those that are referred to as traumatic brain injuries. When a head injury caused depression, it may have occurred following a traumatic brain injury. Anyone can suffer from depression, although some appear to be predisposed to it more than others. Depression is….

    Can a head injury cause depression?


    Head injuries can be deadly serious and can result in complications and other long-term side effects such as mental health issues. If you are suffering from anxiety or depression following a head injury you may be feeling fed up and powerless. Can a head injury cause depression? It can, and if you want to know….

    Depression and injury in the workplace


    Accidents at work, regardless of the severity, can have a huge impact on the sufferer’s day to day living. Loss of earnings, being unable to perform tasks and time off from work may not only affect your physical health but your mental health too. In this guide, we discuss the possible causes of depression and….

    Failure to diagnose clinical depression


    Depression is something we have all heard of. Many of us might say we feel depressed from time to time. However, proper clinical depression is very different from feeling as if we’re just a little low. Unfortunately, while some people believe there is no such thing as depression, this is far from the case. Someone….

    Depression claims


    Every year, some people end up making depression claims for compensation. That may surprise you, even though we all know some people do suffer from depression at some time in their lives. It’s something anyone from any walk of life can experience, and it can have a profound effect on your life. Certainly, if you….

    The symptoms of depression


    What do the symptoms of depression have to do with a car crash? Believe it or not, depression is a common after-effect of car crashes and can leave a person unable to work or even require a lengthy period of mental health treatment. If your depression has been caused as the result of a car….

    Treating depression


    Depression is one of the most common mental health problems in the UK, and statistics suggest that 4-10% of people in England will experience depression in their lifetime. It’s more serious than simply feeling a little bit upset or unsettled, and is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain. It can be caused by….

    The long term effects of depression


    After being involved in an accident, many people find themselves feeling down, upset, and overwhelmed. These are completely normal feelings to experience after a traumatic event, and in time, things will often get much better. There is a big difference though between temporarily feeling out of character, and suffering from depression. Depression has many causes,….

    The cost of claiming for depression


    Are you suffering from depression after being involved in an accident? You are not alone. Though mental health problems can still be a taboo subject, many people find themselves facing depression after being involved in an incident. It’s not really surprising, either. It can have an impact on absolutely every area of your life. You….

    How you could develop depression


    Have you ever wondered to yourself about how you could develop depression? It happens to be a very common consequence of being in an accident and being faced with a personal injury. Should the worst happen and you are faced with an injury and suffer depression afterwards, then you may wish to consider claiming compensation…..

    Depression


    Are you wondering how you could develop depression? It could be something you suffer from after being involved in an accident that was not your fault. It’s not uncommon to find yourself dealing with mental health problems after a traumatic event. You’ve been through a lot, and this can have a real impact on every area….

    Claiming for depression


    Are you suffering from injuries after being involved in an accident? This is not uncommon, and you’ve probably heard of many other people who have sustained injuries such as whiplash, broken bones, and cuts and scrapes. Something that is often not discussed though is the impact that an accident can have on your mental health…..

    Depression qualify me for disability benefits


    Many people ask, “does depression qualify me for disability benefits?” Under the terms of the Equality Act 2010 you may be classed as disabled because you have a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on your ability to do normal daily activities. This means that you take longer than….


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