About post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) car accident claims in Eastbourne
If you have been in a car accident, you may experience more than just physical damage.
In many cases, the scarring can be psychological in nature. Post-traumatic stress disorder is a recognised condition that refers to the psychological anxiety that can occur after a frightening event. It can deeply and negatively impact those suffering from it, as well as their loved ones around them.
PTSD can manifest in many ways, and it is common from people suffering with it to experience episodes such as flashbacks, difficulty sleeping, irritability, and feelings of anger and isolation. If you were not at fault for the car accident that has led to your anxiety, you may feel especially angry and upset.
Post-traumatic stress disorder following a car accident can have a devastating impact on your life, making it hard to engage in the activities you once loved or to return to work. If you are having difficulty following an accident, don’t suffer quietly. If another driver caused the accident through negligence, and did so within the past three years, you could have every right to seek financial compensation.
We help with PTSD car accident claims in Eastbourne
A leading personal injury law firm in the UK, Accident Advice Helpline has over fourteen years of experience handling PTSD claims.Open Claim Calculator
We appreciate that the psychological after-effects of an accident can be devastating, and that it can greatly affect everything from your finances to time spent with family. We can help you recover money in compensation for this impact if you were not at fault.
Firstly, it is important to have your case assessed by your GP, who may refer you to a psychologist for evaluation. The more documentation you can procure to prove that you are suffering from PTSD, the better your chances of a successful claim.
The amount you could receive will depend on a number of individual factors, but for many people, it can result in hundreds or thousands of pounds being paid out. In order to have your case thoroughly assessed and receive an accurate quote, call our helpline.
You can speak with an adviser that will go over the details of your case to help determine what you could be owed in compensation. We have our own in-house team of 190 solicitors, all of who work on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis. There is therefore no need to worry about your case being outsourced to a third party, and no need to worry about having to pay anything upfront before getting started.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we know these cases can be sensitive, which is why we handle them with professionalism and compassion. To find out more about our experience with PTSD car accident claims in Eastbourne and to make an enquiry about your own claim, call us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.