After a motor vehicle accident, mental trauma can occur with or without physical injury. Car accident victims sometimes have flashbacks of the personal injury event and incur pain and suffering that impacts their well-being and causes them to seek medical treatment. If you pay for health care, your insurance company may owe you compensation for your medical expenses resulting from therapy or mental health intervention. If you received a traumatic brain injury that caused mental illness, or suffer from mental health concerns that were exacerbated by an auto accident, call us for a free consultation.
Psychological Effects Of Car Accidents
Accident survivors may suffer from the psychological impacts of being in a car crash. The American Psychological Association says car accidents “have been found to be the single leading cause of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the general population.” Other mental disorders that are known to result from car accidents include acute stress disorder and anxiety disorder.
As a trauma survivor, emotional injuries can impact your everyday life. Effective treatments can be costly. If your insurance company is denying your claim, or underpaying for medical expenses, an injury attorney, like the team at the law firm of Florin Roebig, can help you and your loved ones receive justice and compensation for factors like pain and suffering.
If a mental health professional has diagnosed you with conditions related to a car accident, you may be able to have your mental health medical expenses paid for by your insurance company. Mental health conditions are important, if you have suffered from a car accident, and experience things like PTSD symptoms, get legal advice from Florin|Roebig.
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Mental Effects Of Car Accidents
Mental disorders, emotional distress and other mental health issues associated with car crashes can be severe. This may even include physical symptoms like traumatic brain injury and feelings of physical pain. But even without physical symptoms, like pain, an emotional injury can be painful and devastating.
Psychiatry and psychotherapy present attractive options for people experiencing emotional pain after a car accident, but even with referrals, insurance companies can deny your claim.
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Emotional Trauma After A Car Accident
Emotional trauma after an auto accident can cause problems that impact daily life in severe ways. This includes post traumatic stress disorder, acute anxiety disorder and other mental health problems that stem from a traumatic event. If you’re experiencing flashbacks, or other PTSD symptoms, it’s important you get a referral to see a psychiatrist to help diagnose your car accident injury.
A car crash can be dangerous or deadly for you or your loved ones. But once a collision causes emotional distress in your everyday life it’s time to seek legal advice from a professional, like a therapist and a car accident attorney.
A personal injury lawyer will help you advocate for your mental health conditions against insurance companies making bad faith claim judgments. If you have a claim that has been unpaid or underpaid, we can help you.
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An auto accident can be traumatic, with or without physical injuries like traumatic brain injury, emotional distress can cause mental health conditions to worsen to the point where it impacts daily life. If this sounds like what you, or a loved one, is going through, you need expert, professional legal advice.
A manuscript published by the National Center for Biological Information says, “Individuals who experience a serious motor vehicle accident (MVA) are at increased risk for psychological problems, particularly Post traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).”
Insurance companies have adjusters working for them. Accident survivors need a personal injury lawyer who has the knowledge and experience to advocate for them. That’s why you should contact Florin Roebig.
At Florin Roebig, we have more than 30 years experience trying accident claims for millions of dollars of settlements in our clients’ favor. If you want the best, award-winning car accident lawyers fighting for your underpaid or denied claim, contact us today.