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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 comes at a price; a price which many people do not think they can afford.

Treating mental health issues through a compensation award

However, if the underlying cause of a mental health issue can be traced back to an accident or incident that someone else was to blame for, it may well be possible that the victim can apply for personal injury compensation, and if this is the case, treating mental health issues can be covered by the compensation award.

The most common mental problems that are covered under compensation law, include PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and depression. Both illnesses must be attributed directly to an accident or incident that someone else was responsible for. The only point you need to bear in mind is that in many instances, mental injuries can be more difficult to deal with than physical injuries, and this is where choosing the best injury claim solicitors becomes key.

There are hundreds of injury claim solicitors out there, and many of them offer no win no fee guarantees like we do here at Accident Advice Helpline, so it’s not always easy to know which one is best for you and your claim. So, how can you make a qualified decision?

Accident Advice Helpline come highly recommended

Going on a recommendation is always a good plan, but of course you may not know anyone who has had been through treating mental health issues successfully and who has been awarded compensation. That’s where the recommendation we get from Dame 30-second test™ here on our website. If you would then like to discuss taking the next step before committing yourself, you can call customer support on our national helpline, and chat to one of our experienced advisors. This won’t lock you into anything, and any advice you are given is free.

To access our national helpline call:

  • 0800 689 5659 from any UK-based landline – calls from landlines to this number are free

Why not call us today to discuss your claim and any concerns you may have, so you can find out if you have a potentially valid claim, and be in a position to register it if you so wish.