Work Related Stress Compensation Claims

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Work Related Stress Compensation Claims
I have been seriously affected by work related stress and it has left me unable to sleep or eat – how do I start compensation claims proceedings against by employer for failing to protect me from developing a psychological injury as a direct result of my working conditions? I really am at the end of my tether as my doctor has declared me unfit to work which has left me with little in the way of income, can I claim back my lost earnings as part of my compensation award?

Common symptoms of work related stress are the inability to sleep or eat so it is extremely important you visit your GP if you have encountered symptoms of this nature. Your GP will be able to offer you expert medical advice about the best ways to beat stress and will be able to offer you treatment in order to help you recover from your stress-related symptoms as quickly as possible. Visiting your GP is also an important part of qualifying your case for stress at work compensation – will need evidence that you are suffering from a recognised psychiatric injury in order to initiate claims proceedings against your employer.

Other symptoms of work related stress of the inability to focus and concentrate on the task you are supposed to be performing or getting extremely irritable with others and with yourself for seemingly no apparent reason. Some symptoms of work related stress are physical and you may notice that you are getting pains in your neck, head and shoulders. If you have noticed any symptoms of stress, it is extremely important you consult your GP and then seek advice from .

Have you been affected by work related stress and would you like expert legal assistance from so that you can initiate compensation claims proceedings against your employer in order to secure the redress you deserve for your suffering?

Mr W believes that he had been affected by work related stress and decided to seek expert legal assistance from with a view to starting compensation claims proceedings against his employer.

As with every case we are presented with, we had to fully investigate Mr W’s claims before we were able to offer an accurate advice about whether or not he had a qualifying claim against his employer. were told by Mr W that he had worked as a janitor for over five years in a large building in Surrey. For 18 months of his employment, Mr W was seriously bullied which left him feeling stressed, anxious and paranoid about his ability to work.

If you have been adversely affected by work related stress, you can start the compensation claims process today by contacting on our free phone number