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  • I’m Suffering Mental Anguish After My Slip and Fall Accident: Claiming Compensation

    September 19, 2018

    Slip and fall accidents can happen to anyone at any time and in any location. While many of these result in a range of reasonably minor injuries like sprains, bruises or shallow wounds, others can result in serious head, neck and spine injuries, facial and dental damage, disfigurement, brain injuries, permanent disability or even death.

    Whatever the nature of injury, it causes a disruption in the lives of victims and their families. Serious injuries can result in long term loss of income or wage earning capacity, high medical and rehabilitation expenses and care-giving costs. These aspects are immediately visible and the costs are easier to compute. However, the emotional aspect is a gray and largely ignored area that is equally critical to recovery and restoration of health. The after-effects of injury may last for a very long time in the form of psychological trauma. This may take the form of anxiety, sleep disturbances, depression, suicidal thoughts, fears and phobias, mood swings, aggressive behavior, drug or alcohol dependence etc.

    Such mental anguish prevents the victim from leading a meaningful and responsible life. They affect the ability to work, sustain relationships or function in the manner in which they did prior to the accident. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s important to add them to your compensation claim. Our experienced personal injury lawyers can help you get the right treatment and also ensure that your rights and entitlements are fully protected while you are on the road to recovery.

  • I’m Suffering Mental Anguish After My Slip and Fall Accident: Claiming Compensation

    September 19, 2018

    Slip and fall accidents can happen to anyone at any time and in any location. While many of these result in a range of reasonably minor injuries like sprains, bruises or shallow wounds, others can result in serious head, neck and spine injuries, facial and dental damage, disfigurement, brain injuries, permanent disability or even death.

    Whatever the nature of injury, it causes a disruption in the lives of victims and their families. Serious injuries can result in long term loss of income or wage earning capacity, high medical and rehabilitation expenses and care-giving costs. These aspects are immediately visible and the costs are easier to compute. However, the emotional aspect is a gray and largely ignored area that is equally critical to recovery and restoration of health. The after-effects of injury may last for a very long time in the form of psychological trauma. This may take the form of anxiety, sleep disturbances, depression, suicidal thoughts, fears and phobias, mood swings, aggressive behavior, drug or alcohol dependence etc.

    Such mental anguish prevents the victim from leading a meaningful and responsible life. They affect the ability to work, sustain relationships or function in the manner in which they did prior to the accident. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s important to add them to your compensation claim. Our experienced personal injury lawyers can help you get the right treatment and also ensure that your rights and entitlements are fully protected while you are on the road to recovery.