Consider a PTSD Claim
A UK Law Firm asked me to post this infographic on PTSD. I am happy to do anything that helps raise awareness of this debilitating disorder and the things that cause it.
[Source Blackwater Law]
Contact Blackwater Law to make a PTSD Claim. I’m considering it, especially since The Steampunk Musician lives in the UK. Especially since he refused to even say a few pretty words to start the accountability by apologizing…
I got the NYPD police report, btw; and although it is greatly minimized and inaccurate (no surprise there), it clearly states the rape in black and white. “She said no several times, but he managed to pull her panties aside…”
No win, no fee with Blackwater Law…
From their website:
Deciding to make a claim for compensation can be difficult and emotional. If the military fail to give you the protection and support you need during or following a tour of active duty, you may be entitled to make a claim. Jason Brady has seen claims for snatch land rover compensation and post-traumatic stress disorder rapidly rise over the last few months.
Jason Brady, partner and an expert in this field advises clients on a wide range of military injury compensation claims including cases relating to:
- Psychological illness (PTSD)
- Defective or unsafe equipment, including Snatch Land Rover accidents
- Exposure to harmful substances, diseases, illness
- Noise induced hearing loss
- Accidents during training or on a military base
- Loss of limbs
- Head and brain injuries
Jason is a senior litigator with APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers).
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can be an extremely debilitating illness with wide ranging long term implications. Serving in the military is one of the most common causes of PTSD claims, with symptoms commonly including:
- Becoming irritable towards others
- Feeling isolated or guilty
- Insomnia and interrupted sleep
- Frequently reliving the event
- Increased feelings of anxiety and/or anxiety attacks
With the complex nature of post-traumatic stress disorder, you may not begin to experience symptoms associated with the condition until many years after the traumatic event. Whether you experience them after a matter of months or some years, you may still be entitled to make a post-traumatic stress disorder compensation claim.
If you would like to talk to Jason or one of his team to chat through your experiences and assess whether you would like to pursue a military accident claim or a post-traumatic stress disorder claim, call us or complete the online contact form and we will get back to you right away.
We offer specialist advice on a no win no fee basis.
Perhaps I’d have a decent case with Blackwater Law, since I still can’t have sex, still can’t write romance, and still live in near-complete isolation…yes, even three years later…
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~ by omgrey on July 18, 2014.