Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

PTSD Compensation Claims         

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has been with us since the dawn of time.  However, it is only recently that it has been diagnosed as a serious disorder and that suffers need compassionate and professional care to help them overcome the crippling symptoms they may be experiencing through no fault of their own.

What is PTSD?

PTSD is best described as an anxiety disorder.  Symptoms can include:

  • Flashbacks to the event which triggered the PTSD. These re-living experiences can feel extremely real and are very frightening for the victim
  • Avoiding places or people who remind you of the trigger event
  • Being hyper-vigilant
  • Experiencing nightmares
  • Depression and withdrawal
  • Bedwetting and separation anxiety in children

What Causes PTSD?

PTSD can be caused by a one-off traumatic event such as witnessing a fatal car accident or being involved in a terrorist attack.  However, PTSD can also be triggered by long-term emotional, sexual or physical abuse.

At Injury Lawyers 4U, we understand how vulnerable people with PTSD are.  When talking to one of our experienced lawyers, you will be listened to with the utmost sensitivity and all conversations will remain completely confidential.

Can I Make A Claim For Compensation?

To make a claim for compensation you will need to show on the balance of probabilities that your PTSD was caused by the negligent act or omission of another party.  Our lawyers have many years’ worth of experience in the law of negligence and we will advise and represent you in a competent, professional manner.

No Win No Fee

If you are suffering from PTSD the last thing you need is additional financial pressure.  We offer no win no fee arrangements to our clients which allow you access to justice without have to come up with money up front.

To talk further about your PTSD and your entitlement to claim compensation, please phone our office on 0800 221 8888.  We will take the time to listen to your story and evaluate whether or not it is worth proceeding with a claim for compensation.