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Post Traumatic Stress Injury Claims

Generally people may suffer from PTSD after a car crash or a very traumatising accident and as a result can suffer long term emotional problems which are diagnosed as PTSD. Our expert personal injury solicitors at Synnott Lawline have many years experience dealing with the complex, challenging issues facing people suffering from a PTSD injury.

To be eligible to claim for Post traumatic Stress (PTSD) you need to have records indicating you have suffered a physical injury that resulted in emotional pain and suffering. PTSD is difficult to define and becomes apparent in different forms so it must be diagnosed based on the medical history of the victim and the occurrence of a traumatic event such as a car crash. If you believe you are suffering from PTSD as a result of an accident caused by another party and would like to pursue a PTSD claim, the first step to starting your claim is to provide us with the details about how and where the head injury occurred, and about the severity of injuries to the head. We will then assess your claim details and determine how successful your injury claim is expected to be.

Our legal team at Synnott Lawline know that every person claiming for PTSD injury has specific needs that are essential to their individual circumstances. We are aware of the physical, psychological and emotional impact that Post traumatic stress injuries can have on the lives of people and their families so we also provide you with immediate access to the best rehabilitation support needed for your specific injury type.

If you have any legal questions or wish to start your claim, please do not hesitate to contact our dedicated and experienced team of solicitors who will be more than happy to talk you through the whole process and answer any questions that you may have.

You have two years from the date of your accident within which to make a claim after which time your case will become statute barred. Locall 1850 20 40 60, Tel: 01 453 7890 Email or fill out our call back form.

  • Drowsiness / Lethargy;
  • Headaches / Migraines;
  • Vomiting;
  • Loss of use of part of the body e.g. weak arm or leg;
  • Seizures;
  • Blurred Vision;
  • Bleeding from nose or ear;
  • Irregular breathing.
  • Becoming emotionally numb;
  • Confusion;
  • Unusual behavior;
  • Difficulty speaking or being understood;
  • Becoming aggressive or violent.

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