Personal Injuries PTSD And Emotional

A traumatic experience after a personal injury can lead to the development of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD is frequently experienced by those involved in car accidents since they are characterized as traumatic events. Not only do accident victims face the danger of significant physical injuries, but there is also the risk of severe psychological injuries and trauma.  This occurs when enduring near-death experiences or emotional trauma.  

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Under these circumstances, post-traumatic stress disorder [PTSD] can develop and be debilitating.

It is important to speak with an experienced attorney familiar with these types of psychological injuries.   It is important to address with your doctors the anxiety, depression, fear, or alienation you are experiencing and determine the best treatment to help you recover. We want to help you assemble the best team of medical experts to hold the responsible party for these devastating injuries.


Common Symptoms of PTSD
  • vivid flashbacks
  • intrusive thoughts or images
  • disturbed sleep or a lack of sleep
  • panicking when reminded of the trauma
  • intense distress at real or symbolic reminders of the trauma
  • physical sensations such as pain, sweating, nausea, or trembling.
  • being easily upset or angry
  • extreme alertness, also sometimes called hypervigilance
  • irritability or aggressive behavior
  • nightmares
  • finding it hard to concentrate – including on simple or everyday tasks
  • being jumpy or easily startled

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