Sheffield Accident at Work Claim

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When we think about injuries sustained in an accident at work especially an injury that lead to a Sheffield accident at work claim we often think of a long list of physical injuries such as: broken bones, spinal injuries, head injuries, damaged ear drums, eye injuries, cuts and bruises, torn ligaments, pulled muscles, sprains and many many more. However one of the most common injuries that we do not think about is emotional trauma. Emotional trauma can be the aftermath of a physical injury or brought on through the stress of a job.

People suffering from emotional trauma are just as much within their rights to make a personal injury claim such as a Sheffield accident at work claim for compensation as someone with a broken leg.

A victim of emotional trauma may not want to go out and feel very depressed. They can be suffering from serious anxiety, loss of appetite and loss of sleep. Losing your appetite can sometimes cause a person to develop an eating disorder and a lack of sleep can make a person very depressed with unusual mood swings.

Someone suffering from emotional trauma may not even be able to spot the symptoms themselves but need to get medical treatment, so if you are feeling any of the mentioned symptoms or you know of someone who could be suffering from emotional trauma then you need to get help right away. Once you have had medical help you may feel more confident about making a Sheffield accident at work claim for the suffering you have endured.

To make a Sheffield accident at work claim

Simply call one of the country’s leading personal injury claim law firms Accident Advice Helpline. They have a free phone number 0800 180 4123 where you can talk through your claim in confidence with a trained advisor. You may think that if you make a personal injury claim you will only be adding to your stress and anxiety but this will not be the case if you use Accident Advice Helpline.

They will aim to take all the stress away by dealing with everything for you and the service works on a no win no fee* basis so you do not have the financial burden of a claim. In most cases the team can deal with everything over the phone with no need to go to court. Our advisors will fill in all the paper work for you, all you will have to do is sign it and return it to us.

You may be asked to see an independent medical examiner and you should keep any receipts from extra expenses due to your injuries. You can use the website to make an enquiry and use the 30 second eligibility test then an advisor will call you.

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