Being involved in an accident, whether it is a road traffic accident, an accident at work or a trip or fall is upsetting and very stressful. You may find that you are in shock for some time afterwards and that you find it hard to come to terms with what has happened. However, you may find that you are suffering from psychological injuries as a result of your accident. Furthermore not only the psychological injuries but the physical injuries you have as well.
What Are Psychological Injuries?
There are many things which can affect you psychologically after an accident, including:
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD
- Adjustment Disorder
In addition to these conditions, there may other problems you face such as travel anxiety, insomnia and fear of going to the scene of your accident. You may feel that you are alone in facing these types of injuries. However at least 25% of people suffer some sort of psychological injury following a traumatic accident.If you think you have been effected than call our Personal Injury Claim Solicitors .
How Can Ashmans Personal Injury Solicitors Sheffield Help?
We understand how difficult it will be for you to come to terms with your accident and your injuries. However we can help you to get the help you need to start to recover from the psychological injuries you’ve suffered. Our experienced team of personal injury solicitors have helped many people who have suffered psychological injuries. We have helped them to recover compensation and we can help you too.
By offering you a free consultation with you, you can be sure that you feel comfortable with us. Then decide if we are the right firm to represent you. It also allows us to find out about your accident and your injuries in more detail. You may be concerned about the cost of making a compensation claim.However we can discuss all of the options with you and provide you with advice about which one is most suitable for you. We will do all we can to ensure that we get you the best possible settlement for your injuries, so you can start to recover.