Accidents, attacks, and sudden traumas can often result in emotional trauma. Emotional trauma may be mild or severe depending on the severity of the injury or fear caused by the initial incident. Emotional trauma may result in ongoing counseling. In many cases, people experiencing emotional trauma are going through post traumatic stress disorder, which may require both therapy and medication to overcome.
Have you or someone you love been suffering from emotional trauma related to an accident or injury? Our personal injury attorneys are available to help you get compensation for your emotional trauma, which can help you pay for ongoing counseling, medications, and/or lost wages caused by missed working days. Contact a personal injury attorney in your area today to get started.
Possible symptoms of emotional trauma include:
Emotional trauma can last for weeks, months, or even years after the initial injury. In some cases, the emotional trauma may prevent you from being able to return to work. Emotional trauma may also affect your personal life and relationships. Getting professional counseling to handle your emotional trauma may be essential in order to move forward with your life. In these situations, the person or company responsible for your injury should be held financially responsible for your ongoing care and possible lost of wages as a result of the emotional trauma.
Emotional trauma may result in emotional and psychological, as well as physical symptoms. The physical symptoms of an emotional trauma may add to the psychological symptoms and visa versa. For example, you may be suffering from confusion and difficulty concentrating, which may lead to sleeplessness, which may make the difficulty concentrating more intense.
If you or someone you love has suffered from emotional trauma resulting from an accident or injury, our personal injury attorneys can help you get the compensation you deserve. Contact a personal injury lawyer in your area today to learn more about your options.