This article helps you to understand how to stay in touch with a loved one who is depressed and how to assist them get help with compensation in Torfaen, if their depression has been caused by someone else.
If you have a loved one that has been through a traumatic experience or is otherwise suffering from trauma or depression, the best thing that you can do for them is to stay in touch and offer them as much love and support as you possibly can.
If their depression is because of the way they are being treated at work, for instance, they may we’ll need help with compensation in Torfaen. They could be entitled to make a claim against their employer, but may not feel in the right frame of mind to do so.
The many causes of depression
There are many reasons why someone may need help with compensation in Torfaen, or anywhere else in the UK. Their depression could be because they have been in an accident that was not their own fault, or they could have witnessed a traumatic event involving a loved one.
Depression caused by someone else is a much a personal injury as a broken arm, and as such, the victim could well be entitled to make a compensation claim.
Getting help with compensation in Torfaen
If the reason for your loved one’s depression is that they have been involved in a serious accident, been bullied at work, or any other reason that was no fault of their own, you should recommend to them that a decision to make an injury claim may be a good way for them to recover from what they have been through. If they don’t feel like getting involved in starting to make an injury claim at this point, you can make sure they get help with compensation in Torfaen by calling Accident Advice Helpline on their behalf and finding out more about how they could make an injury claim.
You should be able to find out whether or not your loved one has a good case for compensation, so that if they do decide to move ahead with a claim they know that the situation will be dealt with as quickly and efficiently as possible, and that we will keep the stress and hard work away from them. Call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone to find out all you need to know about claiming compensation..
Date Published: 30th October 2014
Author: David Brown