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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

    How you develop PTSD

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    How you develop PTSD

    Are you aware how you develop PTSD?

    There is a common misconception about PTSD. The condition, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to use its proper title, is not just something that afflicts those in the armed forces. While PTSD did first come to prominence as a condition suffered by soldiers and others during combat, the condition is now recognised as affecting the victims of accidents. How you develop PTSD can most certainly be influenced by the nature of the accident and injuries you suffered.

    Accident Advice Helpline can help you make a personal injury claim if you have been the victim of an accident that wasn’t your fault. If you have been injured in an accident within the last three years, needed (or are still receiving) medical treatment, then you could be entitled to receive personal injury compensation.

    Suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

    In the weeks and months after your accident you may well have started to suffer from periods of anxiousness without understanding why. This is one of the symptoms to look out for when trying to answer the question of how you develop PTSD.

    Anxiety, mood swings, depression, stress, all of these can be attributed to PTSD and can leave the accident victim alienated from family, friends and work colleagues. In some instances, such is the severity of the PTSD; the sufferer may require long-term psychological care.

    If you have been involved in an accident, or have witnessed an accident, you could be suffering from PTSD and may well have found your life has changed dramatically. Sufferers of the condition are prone to becoming reclusive and lack self-confidence that can spill over into their everyday lives.

    Make the call today

    Suffering from PTSD because of an accident? Call Accident Advice Helpline today and speak to one of our team of advisers. They will provide you with the information and advice you need to help you decide whether you should make a personal injury claim.

    Annually thousands of people are left to suffer from PTSD and many do so in silence. For those who make the attempt to pursue compensation, our no-win, no-fee* accident lawyers ensure they receive the right amount in light of their injuries, both physical and emotional.

    For more information on making a personal injury claim, call us today on our freephone landline number which is 0800 689 0500. You can also reach us by mobile if you prefer and the number to ring in that instance is 0333 500 0993. Our advisers will discuss your accident and your current circumstances and make sure you have all the help and support you need during the claim process.

    Category: Post- Traumatic stress disorder claim

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