You may be able to claim damages for a psychiatric injury even if it took place abroad - whether it was related to a physical injury or not.
Depending on where the accident took place, it might be possible for people who are closely involved with the victim to make a claim for any detrimental effects the incident has had on their lives - even if they were not physically injured themselves.
The personal injury specialists here at Lanyon Bowdler will be able to investigate whether you are able to make such a claim for some accident abroad compensation.
This guide offers some helpful tips on what to do in the event you have been injured or suffered illness whilst abroad.
Are you happy with the way your compensation claim is currently being handled? Even if your claim has recently settled we may still be able to review your case, read more here.
Please get in touch for a friendly chat about your circumstances and we will be able to take you through the process. You can either pop into one of our offices in Shrewsbury, Telford, Hereford, Bromyard, Oswestry and Ludlow.
You can also use the online enquiry form and a member of the team will give you a call back.
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