Real Things that Cannot Be Seen
Personal Injury - PTSD
Shattering violence not only traumatizes soldiers in war, but studies have found that over 1/3rd of car accident victims will experience some degree of significant mental health trauma after a violent collision. This includes anxiety, depression, and sometimes a formal PTSD condition. Physical bruising after a collision is considered normal and unavoidable, but unfortunately, mental health bruising is too often considered unreal or a form of weakness. Mental health counselors have found that EMDR therapy (especially within thirty (30) days of an accident) can significantly help a person deal with and heal from symptoms that include severe anxiety, depression and panic attacks.
Injuries need to be treated - both physical and mental. Strong legal advocacy is often necessary to make sure that the auto insurer fully covers the full measure of damages caused.
Please let us know if you, or someone you know, ever needs any help.