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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 : Mental health issues

    Compensation for work mental illness


    Mental illness is not always viewed with the same seriousness as physical illness, yet it can be just as debilitating – more so, in fact, in some cases. Work mental illness is fortunately very rare, but cases can and do crop up annually. Stress is one of the main afflictions we can suffer from at….

    Mental injury after witnessing a crime


    Being a witness to a crime can be a traumatising experience, perhaps even leading to mental injury. Unlike physical injury, mental trauma often has no outwardly noticeable signs, yet it can last for years or become a lifelong condition. The impact on your life can be devastating, affecting your earnings and standard of living. If….

    How you develop mental health issues


    How you develop mental health issues that you can claim compensation for is something that follows on from either being involved in an accident that was not your fault, or innocently witnessing an accident or incident that has a traumatic effect on you. Mental health injuries can surface immediately after being involved in, or witnessing….

    The symptoms of mental health issues


    Knowing the symptoms of mental health issues is important. It can even be life-saving. Profound mental health issues that go untreated can lead people into self-harm, and they might even develop suicidal tendencies; so knowing what to look for, whether in yourself or others, is vital. For any mental health issue to be eligible for compensation, the….

    The long term effects of mental health issues


    The long term effects of mental health issues can be far-reaching. They can not only affect a victim’s long term health and well-being, but their quality of life too. Both of these aspects must be taken into consideration when one is thinking about claiming compensation for mental health problems which have been caused by the….

    Mental health issues


    Mental health issues are not the kind of injuries that most people associate with making claims for personal injury compensation. In fact most people don’t see things like PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and depression as being injuries at all. Sometimes they are right; especially mental health issues that develop normally, through ordinary everyday situations…..

    Claiming for mental health issues


    Claiming for mental health issues can be slightly tricky, which it is why you need to employ the services of a top injury claim specialist like us here at Accident Advice Helpline. With over 15 years spent exclusively in the field of personal injury compensation, no-one knows more about the best ways of increasing your….

    The cost of claiming for mental health issues


    The cost of claiming for mental health issues can easily escalate if you are not careful with your choice of which firm of injury claim solicitors you decide to use. It’s not just claims for mental health issues though. The same applies for any sort of personal injury claim. Important considerations regarding the cost of….

    Treating mental health issues


    Treating mental health issues as early as possible is vital in terms of gaining an early recovery, and forestalling your mental condition worsening and possibly causing irreparable damage. Many people with mental health issues find that the National Health Service cannot provide the help and support that they need. Unfortunately, private mental health care and treatment….


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