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A personal injury claim can include a claim for psychological damage as well as physical injury. It is not uncommon for those who have been involved in an accident or have injured themselves to suffer from stress, depression, anxiety or post-traumatic-stress-disorder.

 

Often the psychological effects of an incident can outlast the physical pain, and can hinder people returning to work, or even just enjoying their lives. Specialist counselling, therapy or treatment may be needed, and this can come at a high cost.

 

If you have suffered psychological damage from an accident that was not your fault then you may have a claim for personal injury compensation. Please call our specialist team on 01256 844888 or email enquiries@lambbrooks.com today.

"The company put me at ease from the word go. Although a very tough time for me, the way my case was dealt with made the process easier. All my needs were met within the company so didn't need to go elsewhere for anything. Efficient, kept you up to date with everything. Highly recommend them."

Julie

Key Contacts

Andrew Lowe

Managing Partner

Clare Galvani

Head of Personal Injury & Mortgage Mis-Selling

Nicola Moore

Litigation Executive

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