Suffering from a painful injury which was caused by someone else’s negligence may lead to mental health problems such as stress, anxiety and depression. If your knee injury caused depression, or any other kind of problem, you can speak to our understanding team in confidence about the events which took place. We can offer you advice and assistance with no obligation. You may be surprised to find out that you qualify for compensation and you could receive a large sum of compensation.
Injured at work?
Were you hurt after a car accident at work? Were you hit by another kind of vehicle such as a forklift truck? You may have been injured after machinery malfunction or after a nasty slip or fall. Your employer should be keeping you safe at work and is required to follow strict health and safety laws.
If you feel your employer let you down, you can contact Accident Advice Helpline to assess your options going forward. We may find that your employer has been negligent and caused your injuries which have in turn caused your depression.
Making a claim against your employer may make your workplace a safer environment and highlight to those in charge of the company how health and safety has lapsed. Your employer should also be insured against any accident claims made against them.
My knee injury caused depression and I don’t feel ready to claim
You have up to three years to make a claim after an accident causes you to become injured so if you want to recover from your depression first, we understand. If you do decide to just call for information at this stage, our advisors are sensitive and will never pressure you to make a claim. We can ensure that you are well informed about your rights and know where you legally stand.
You can also try our claim calculator online which you can do at home, for free, and it only takes 30 seconds. The calculator can tell you whether you have a claim and how much it could be worth.
If your knee injury caused depression and you want to know whether or not you have the right to claim compensation then call our helpline on 0800 689 0500 (or call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile).
Our advisors are friendly, compassionate and understanding and there are no upfront fees when you call.