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

  • Who's Responsible If You Are Injured In An Apartment Common Area?

    31 July 2015

    Many injuries happen at home, but if you live in an apartment complex, the concept of "home" often extends into several common areas. In some cases, injuries that occur in these common areas are the responsibility of the property owner. The following guide can help you determine whether you should bring a personal injury lawsuit against the owner of the property. Where did the injury occur? Common areas are those that are open to tenants or tenants and their guests.

  • Three Ways in Which Children Can Alter Custody Agreements

    7 July 2015

    Are you concerned that your children may affect your custody agreements? This is a common issue among responsible parents; they worry that their child will choose their less responsible ex-spouse over them and they will then be saddled with child support payments. While it's rather rare that children have a direct influence on child custody, they can have some influence in a few ways. 1. The Child's Preference, If Over a Certain Age

  • Understanding The Challenges That Come Along With Accidents Involving Multiple Vehicles

    19 June 2015

    The legal process of settling a claim for a motor vehicle accident is a challenge in and of itself. When you have been involved in a multi-vehicle accident, the difficulty level can quickly soar. The reason for this is that accidents that involve multiple cars come along with their own set of challenges that vary based on the type of accident: Phantom Accident One of the more challenging types of accidents are phantom accidents.

  • Proving Negligence In A Medical Malpractice Case

    12 June 2015

    Sometimes, people think they have a medical malpractice case when they actually don't. The problem is there are some strict guidelines that define what malpractice is. Since medical malpractice falls under tort law, your case has to have the necessary elements to prove negligence. Elements of Proving Negligence In most tort cases, there are four main elements of negligence. It's on you and your defense to prove each of these elements.

  • 2 Reasons To Have An Attorney Assist With A Vehicle Accident Case

    8 June 2015

    One of the first things that you should do if you have been involved in a vehicle accident is to contact a personal injury attorney, mostly because they can help you get the money that you deserve. A personal injury attorney will be able to assist you with settlement offers and helping you to avoid taking the blame for the accident: Assist With Settlement Offers A personal injury attorney can hep you determine if you should accept a settlement offer.