Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Claims

If an accident or other traumatic event left you with psychological damage, you may need support to get back to good mental health. We’re here to help you get no win no fee PTSD compensation to fund your recovery.

What Is PTSD?

PTSD is a psychological injury caused by distressing events. Everyone’s experience of it will be slightly different, but some of the symptoms could include:

  • Issues with anger.
  • Anxiety, paranoia.
  • Problems sleeping, nightmares.
  • Flashbacks.
  • Hypervigilance and increased startle responses.
  • Inability to go out in crowds.

Our Approach

How We Can Help

No Win, No Fee

We ooperate on a No Win, No Fee basis. If we don’t win your case, you won’t pay us a penny. We bear all the risk when it comes to pursuing your claim.

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Dedicated to Military Claims, our expert team of solicitors can provide you with the best advice based on your individual circumstances.

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All of the individuals we work with benefit from our thorough and professional approach. You can be assured that we’re on your side.

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If you are serving or have previously served in the British Armed Forces, you may be able to make a claim for compensation if you have been injured in the course of your military career.

signs & symptoms

Signs of PTSD

Re-Living Past Events

This can include flashbacks, as if the trauma is happening right now, intrusive images, nightmares, intense distress at real or symbolic reminders of the trauma.

Feeling On Edge

This can include panicking when reminded of the trauma, being easily upset or angry, extreme alertness, being jumpy or easily startled.

Avoiding Memories

This can include feeling like you need to keep busy, avoiding anything that reminds you of the trauma, being unable to remember details of the trauma clearly.

Avoiding Feelings

This can include feeling emotionally numb or cut off from your feelings, feeling physically numb or cut off from your body, being unable to express affection, doing things that could be self-destructive or reckless.

Difficult Beliefs

This can include feeling cut off from the outside world, feeling like you can’t trust anyone, feeling like nowhere is safe, feeling like nobody else understands, blaming yourself for what happened, overwhelming feelings of anger and guilt.

Mood Changes

This can include negative thoughts about yourself, other people or the world, hopelessness about the future, memory problems, difficulty maintaining close relationships, lack of interest in activities you once enjoyed.

Making Your Claim


Living with PTSD can be challenging. In addition to you, your loved ones also feel the effects. Getting compensation can help you get the support you need to move forward in your life.

You may be able to claim compensation if you suffer from PTSD due to your service in the Army, Navy, RAF or Special Forces. You could also claim if you’ve experienced PTSD after serving in the Army Reserve (formerly the Territorial Army), Navy, RAF or Special Forces Reserves.

We understand that making a claim for PTSD can be a daunting prospect. Our specialist solicitors have helped hundreds of servicemen and women claim compensation for military injuries, and we can help you every step of the way.

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