Working Through Emotional Trauma
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Working Through Emotional Trauma

I still remember my accident like it was yesterday. One minute I was driving my daughter to school and the next I was waking up in a hospital bed. It was frustrating to deal with the emotional trauma of forgetting an entire week of my life, in addition to stressing about my small child. Fortunately, we were both able to recover, but it wasn't easy walking dealing with the medical bills that accompanied the accident. I found myself struggling with things as simple as answering the phone, because I was nervous about dealing with another insurance adjuster. Fortunately, by working with a lawyer, I was able to make sense of my situation. I know that you can overcome difficult challenges too, which is why I shared my story on this website.

Working Through Emotional Trauma

  • Injured In An Accident? Here Are 3 Mistakes To Avoid

    9 March 2016

    Being injured in an accident is never easy. In these delicate scenarios, there are very specific things you need to avoid doing. Making mistakes doesn't just cost you money, it can make it impossible to get the medical treatment you need. Use these tips to make sure you don't do anything that you shouldn't before you go to court. Posting about your accident on social media. After an accident, you may be tempted to tell the world about what happened.

  • What You Need To Know About Independent Medical Exams And Your Workers' Comp Claim

    16 February 2016

    You have likely spent a great deal of time at medical facilities already dealing with your workers' comp claim. Treatments, lab tests, and medication needs can only add to your already stressful situation. You should be prepared, however, for a different type of medical exam. Your workers' comp insurance company may request that you undergo an Independent Medical Exam (IME) at some point in the workers' comp process. Your claim's outcome could depend upon the results of this exam, so read on for more information.

  • 3 Tips For Your Car Accident Case

    8 February 2016

    Any matter of personal injury will require you to become aware of the law, while also taking advantage of the help and service that these professionals can provide for you. This is critically important, since there may be a great deal of money on the line, since you can be fighting for money for physical damages, pain and suffering, property damages, loss of wages and other circumstances. By staying on top of these issues to the best of your ability, you'll get the best possible outcome for your case.

  • Caffeine Toxicity: A Hidden Danger For Consumers

    20 January 2016

    How much caffeine would it take to kill you? Most people don't know. In fact, many people don't realize that caffeine toxicity can kill, which is what makes readily-available high-powered caffeine products, like powdered caffeine and caffeine pills, so dangerous. If someone you love is killed due to caffeine toxicity, can you sue? This is what you should know. Advertising is often deceptive about the dangers. Some caffeine pills are marketed as being as "

  • Veterans With Mystery Pains May Need To Look To The Past

    12 January 2016

    After leaving the military, many veterans may have assumed themselves in good enough health. A few aches and pains may still linger after a rough career or a lot of working out, but such things can be temporary. When years pass by and the pain seems to get worse (or at least not any better), you may begin to question whether you're just getting older or if something bigger is going on.