|Psychological and Mental Injuries
It is common that physical injuries from an accident will be accompanied by psychological and or mental injuries. Psychological injuries commonly include such diagnoses as depression, anxiety, phobias – for example fear of driving, adjustment disorder - , chronic pain disorder, avoidance behaviours, loss of libido, lethargy, to name a few. When such injuries exist, we will assist you in seeking the appropriate treatments so that these conditions can be identified, treated and properly accounted for when seeking compensation for your injuries. Let David explain to you what treatments and compensation may be available for such injuries.
In certain cases, the psychological or mental injuries can result in seizures, aneurysms or psychotic episodes.
I have rarely met with a client who is receiving the full amount of benefits that he or she needs and that he or she is entitled to following an accident, without the help of a personal injury lawyer. If you are injured, you owe it to yourself and to your loved ones to get every benefit to which you are entitled, so that you can get back to being the person you were before the accident. That’s what insurance is for. Don’t sell yourself or your family short. Let me help you…