There are no injury solicitors in East Lulworth, as this little hamlet is just too small to support a commercial business; it’s too far off the beaten track and is just not accessible enough, again from a commercial viewpoint.
Do it online
But distance is of no real consequence these days, because people tend to use the internet for nearly everything they do, including claiming compensation for an injury they’ve sustained. That’s great as far as we’re concerned at Accident Advice Helpline, because with our state-of-the-art website as our shop window, we’ve got a high profile on the web.
PTSD – a work-related illness with which the army are familiar
East Lulworth is the home garrison of the Royal Armoury Corps Gunnery School, who train on the nearby Purbeck Hills. The army is a great employer for young people, teaching them discipline and a trade on which they can rely later when they return to civilian life. But some soldiers, especially those who have seen active combat, acquire PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), a work-related illness that can have severely debilitating effects on their social and working life.
Accident Advice Helpline – injury lawyers that people searching for solicitors in East Lulworth can access
As one of the leading alternatives for people searching for solicitors in East Lulworth, Accident Advice Helpline offer great knowledge and expertise in the handling of PTSD claims, thanks to the many specialist lawyers we employ. If you believe you are suffering from work-related PTSD, you may have some of the following symptoms:
- Experiencing flashbacks of traumatic events;
- Emotional numbness;
- Avoiding activities previously enjoyed;
- Feelings of severe anxiety regarding the future;
- Problems with concentration;
- Problems with memory; and
- Problems maintaining close relationships.
One of the most difficult things about PTSD, and specifically with regard to claiming compensation for it, is getting an accurate and thorough medical report that will substantiate your claim. This is, however, absolutely essential.
Take the 30-second test
To get an idea of how much compensation you could be due, you can use the compensation calculator you’ll find here on the website. It gets its compensation values from the “Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in Personal Injury Claims,” a document prepared by the Judicial College.
All you have to do is to provide the basic information requested, and the calculator will validate your claim in principle and then issue you with an estimate of the compensation you could be awarded. The whole process takes only 30 seconds.
Our no-win, no-fee policy
The no-win, no-fee policy that we offer safeguards you against having to pay your solicitor any fees in the event that you lose your case. We are pleased to say that we win most of the claims with which we agreed to help our clients.
For more information about our no-win, no-fee services, as recommended by people’s consumer champion Esther Rantzen, call our helpline on 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: 15th August 2017
Author: Jan Newell