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Terrorist attacks are intended to cause indiscriminate destruction and devastation
Terrorist attacks are intended to cause indiscriminate destruction and devastation. The most common methods are bombing, chemical or biological attack, kidnapping, shootings, hijacking and the use of vehicles as weapons.
If you have survived one of these acts of terrorism, it may have caused you physical as well as psychological injuries. Lost limbs, spinal injuries, severe scarring, burns, loss of senses are common because of the nature of the attacks. Psychologically, the memories of what happened are difficult to live with. Anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or insomnia often follow. The effects are devastating for survivors, family and friends for years afterwards:
Medically, unless you have insurance, you will be reliant on the NHS. There is no guarantee that the services you need to access will be readily available for you, especially if you have mental health needs.
The cost to you therefore is not just physical and psychological – it is much greater. You will need help and support to help you to rehabilitate, recover and to move forward.
If you have been injured in any way because of an act of terrorism, you can consider making a claim for compensation to help you recover and prepare for the years ahead.
If terrorism has resulted in someone dying, relatives can make a claim for the loss of a loved one, for help with the funeral costs as well as help with the financial dependency of any children.
The time limit that applies in your case will be discussed between you and your solicitor. It is usually two years from the date of the terrorism for a CICA claim.
Contact us now on 0161 615 5554 or email SeriousInjury@psg-law.co.uk to speak to a member of our expert Criminal Injury team to discuss your claim
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