Stress Awareness Month 2018

Stress Awareness Week 2018

'Stress Awareness Month' has been held every April since 1992.

Buying a house, getting married, and having a baby... people often say these are the three most stressful life experiences; but what about being sued?

Professors are discovering how litigation contributes to symptoms of anxiety, depression, stress and physical illness. Whether you’re the Claimant or Defendant, dealing with litigation takes a toll on your mental health. 

The thought of serving a claim form on someone or responding to a claim which has landed on your doorstep is a daunting one, particularly if you’ve never had to deal with it before.

These matters can take months, sometimes years, to resolve. Pressures of financing the litigation, juggling everyday life and maintaining personal and business relationships all add to the ‘litigation stress’.  

But you don’t have to face it alone.

Litigation solicitors deal with these situations every day. It’s our job to understand the procedural requirements, identify the legally relevant facts and deal with court forms. We’re here to guide you through the process and alleviate the stresses.

If you require any assistance in ongoing or future litigation matters, please contact the team at Fiona Bruce Solicitors who would be happy to discuss with you further.

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