Compensation Claims Work Related Stress

Compensation Claims For Work Related Stress
Compensation Claims For Work Related Stress
I have heard that you can make compensation claims for work related stress and I would like to find out if I am eligible to do so but who can help me with my case in order for me to determine whether or not I have a qualifying claim?

The answer to this is simple – one quick phone call to for a free consultation with one of our advisors is all it takes for you to establish whether or not you have a qualifying stress at work claim against your employer.

During your initial consultation you will be required to discuss the details of your case with one of our expert advisers say that the important information relating to your eligibility to claim can be compiled into a report. Once our team have the necessary details relating to your claim, our expert stress at work solicitors will fully evaluate the details you have provided in order to establish whether or not you have a qualifying claim against your employer.

If you do have grounds to make a claim against your employer for work related stress, you will be informed of this quickly directly by one of our solicitors. If you would like to proceed with a claim, in order to secure a stress at work compensation award, your solicitor will then discuss the payment options available to you. Once we have reached an agreement between us relating to your payment options, we will then begin to initiate legal proceedings on your behalf.

Are you aware that compensation claims can be made for work related stress? You can, in fact, pursue a claim against your employer if you have developed a stress-related illness as a result of your employment. will be able to help you pursue a successful case against your employer if you have encountered symptoms of this illness.

Mr B from Surrey approached about his case as he believed he was entitled to a compensation award for his suffering.

Mr B was working as a nursing assistant when he encountered serious issues with his superior. During his consultation with , Mr B told us that he had been subjected to bullying, harassment and sexual discrimination by his manager. His manager’s behaviour led to Mr B taking six months off work due to stress. Mr B was suffering from a recognised psychiatric injury and was prescribed antidepressants by his GP. Having proof of your illness is an extremely important part of pursuing a claim for stress at work compensation against your employer.

If you would like to initiate compensation claims proceedings against your employer for the symptoms of work related stress you have been suffering from, contact today on our free phone number