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Psychological Injury Claimspsychological injury

When people think about personal injury claims, they tend to focus on physical injuries such as whiplash and broken bones, etc.

However, we are susceptible not just to physical damage but psychological injuries as well. In many cases, these can have a more devastating effect on our lives.

Much of physical injuries, psychological injuries can be caused by unexpected incidents and accidents where the victim was not at fault.

Traumatic experiences such as being involved in an RTA’s or accidents in the workplace, or simply being a victim of crime can often cause a psychological injury and because of this you can claim compensation for these injuries.

The spectrum of psychological illnesses can be very broad, but some of the most common conditions are depression and post-traumatic stress disorders.

Common conditions include:Psychological Injury Claims

  • irritability
  • severe anxiety
  • grief
  • night traumas
  • depression

These symptoms can be severe and severely impact the quality of the victim’s life.

The reason’s to speak to PHC Law about your injury

PHC Law is an established legal practice with lots of experience of handling both small and large psychological injury claims. We work very hard to ensure all clients receive the maximum possible compensation figure for their injury; one of the most significant compensation claims received by a PHC Law client was £5.3 million.

psychological injury

If you believe you have suffered a psychological injury, PHC Law can help you receive compensation for your suffering. We have over fourteen years experience handling 1000’s compensation claims each year. To be eligible to make a claim, the injury must be the result of an accident or incident where you were not to blame and within the last three years.

The next step

The next step is very simple, just fill out the form above with some basic details about what happened or call us on 0800 612 7 6123. We will call you back to discuss it in more detail about what has happened and the effect it has had on you. The call is free and no-obligation, so you have nothing to lose by contacting us.