Being involved in an accident can be very distressing for everyone involved and the recovery process doesn’t always end when the visible injuries have healed.

As well the physical effects, an accident involving a personal injury may take its toll on loved ones and relationships, plus work and social life; you may find doing the things you love becomes more of a challenge. If a friend or family member has been involved in an accident, you may be unsure how to support them through their recovery – sometimes just finding the right words to say can be difficult.

Personaltruths.co.uk documents real people’s journeys through personal injury, with the aim be an independent source of information for anyone who is unsure where to turn after an accident. The site features expert opinions, informative articles and blogs on personal injury help and advice, covering everything from health and lifestyle to finance advice to understanding legal jargon.

The site encourages users to share their own stories and truths surrounding the experience along with personal injury help and advice for others – from the emotional impact to the unexpected physical challenges, as well as the everyday concerns around returning to work and paying bills.

Our noticeboard enables users to share local recommendations and useful support contacts, as well as registering a profile to comment on articles and connect with others. And, if you would like to share your own experience through a personal injury with us, you can connect with us directly, because you don’t have to face your recovery alone.

Please note that content, commentary, contributions and any other materials posted on this website are not intended to amount to advice on which reliance should be placed. These are the personal opinions of the individuals who post such materials and are not necessarily our views. The Personal Truths team comprises a variety of industry professionals and others who are involved in the personal injury claims process.

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