Dealing With Claims for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

By July 4, 2018Accident Claims
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Our team of personal injury solicitors is available to help you with immediate legal representation in addition to post traumatic stress disorder treatments in the areas of England, Scotland and Wales.

If you are a family member is suffering due to the effects of PTSD we are available to help. A personal injury solicitor who specializes in post traumatic stress disorder compensation cases will handle your case professionally and sensitively. However, it is essential that the individual receives rehabilitation support and PTSD treatments as soon as possible. If you are in need of help we are just a free phone call away.

Simply call TheYEC and asked for a free consultation on 0808 164 9153.

How One Claims Compensation for PTSD

PTSD is an individual’s response to an uncommon situation and we realize that it can be quite difficult for an individual with PTSD to discuss their situation.

However for us to evaluate your claim, we must understand the details of the experience as well as post traumatic stress disorder symptoms that you are suffering from. We can be contacted online or by phone seven days a week, 24 hours a day, for a free consultation.

Once we have received your details, a personal injury solicitor with a specialization in PTSD compensation reviews your case and will offer how accessible it could be.

Call TheYEC on 0808 164 9153 for a free consultation or start your claim immediately online.

Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Posttraumatic stress disorder or PTSD is a human’s reaction to a traumatic experience typically one that involves a life-threatening incident. While PTSD is typically associated with members of Armed Forces units that have fought in wars and dealt with horrific events, it is possible for any individual to suffer from PTSD after any type of traumatic event. Events such as sexual abuse, car accidents, or a house fire can result in PTSD.

For some individuals, PTSD symptoms may disappear within a couple of days or weeks after the event. However, there are those individuals that suffer severe PTSD symptoms that it makes it impossible for them to live a normal life.

Understanding the Symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Below are some of the typical symptoms associated with PTSD:

  • Reliving the event over and over through memories, nightmares and flashbacks.
  • Desperately trying to never be in that type of situation again, such as refusing to travel in the car after a car accident.
  • It is hard for the individual to form close relationships.
  • Individuals may deal with irritability or anger issues.
  • Many are overwhelmed with the feeling of guilt, especially if an individual has died.
  • Difficulty falling asleep or concentrating throughout the day.
  • Uncontrollable bouts of sweating and shaking.
  • Many individuals find themselves dealing with severe depression and anxiety disorders.

In addition, one must deal with constant physical pain such as chronic illness, dizziness, upset stomachs, headaches, general aches and pains, as well as possible chest pain.

If you or someone you love is dealing with any of these symptoms please call TheYEC for a free consultation at 0808 164 9153, or begin your claim online today.