When you are injured in an accident, the physical injuries are the most pressing injuries to treat because those injuries may be life-threatening. However, physical injuries are not the only type of injuries an accident victim suffers in an accident. Psychological, emotional, and mental injuries, anguish, and distress are extremely common injuries sustained in accident cases. While a medical professional may not easily see these injuries, the psychological injuries are serious. Psychological injuries can be crippling and alter a person’s life significantly for years or decades after an accident.
If you are suffering from psychological injuries after a personal injury accident, call The Clark Law Office at 517-347-6900 to schedule a free legal consultation right now! You deserve to be compensated for psychological injuries as much as you deserve to be compensated for physical injuries. Do not allow an insurance adjuster or other defense representative convince you that you are not entitled to compensation for your psychological injuries or these injuries are not important or significant. You are entitled to compensation, and you deserve to be compensated for these injuries so that you can continue to seek the treatment you need to move forward after an accident.
Types of Psychological Injuries After a Personal Injury
The psychological injuries that are common after someone is injured in an accident include: