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

  • Lingering Violence: Domestic Abuse Survivors May Suffer From Undiagnosed Traumatic Brain Injuries

    6 June 2015

    Each year, over 10 million Americans suffer abuse at the hands of an intimate partner. Not only does the abuse cause mental, emotional, and physical damage when it occurs, it can lead to the onset of injuries that have a long-lasting negative impact on the victim's health. Recently, attention has been drawn to the fact that many domestic abuse survivors suffer traumatic brain injuries that frequently go undiagnosed but, nevertheless, hurts their ability to function in the world.

  • 3 Key Tips For Handling Car Accident Cases

    5 June 2015

    Dealing with a personal injury case can be a tough thing to contend with, especially when it comes to car accidents. In these cases, you will have to prove that the other side was both negligent and that they caused your injuries throughout the course of the accident. Read this guide, so that you understand how to make the most of any car accident case.  #1: Call The Police In Order To Get A Report On File

  • Avoid Injuries (and Lawsuits) during Backyard Barbeques This Summer

    4 June 2015

    When the sun starts shining and the weather gets warmer, it's always a good time to cook outdoors and invite over some friends. But fire pits and grills increase the risk of injuries as well—sending nearly 17,000 people a year to the hospital. They're also a source of personal injury lawsuits. Here's what you should know. Pay Attention to Your Fire Source Whether you cook on a grill or have an open fire pit, keep an eye on your fire source—and on your guests, especially if alcohol is served.

  • Injured in a Slip And Fall: Are You Entitled to Compensation?

    4 June 2015

    After being injured in a slip and fall accident, trying to determine whether or not you are entitled to compensation under current personal injury laws can be a complex process. Thankfully, taking the time to ask yourself the following three questions can help you to make this important determination. Was Your Assumption of Risk Reasonable? Life requires you to take risks on a daily basis in order to accomplish simple tasks, such as driving to work or even crossing the street.

  • Pain And Suffering: When To Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer

    3 June 2015

    If you have been injured through no fault of your own, you may need the services of a personal injury lawyer. Many victims question if this step is necessary, and others worry that they will look greedy and opportunistic by seeking counsel. If you have suffered from one of the following accidents and injuries, you should put aside your concerns and seek legal help as well as medical care. You deserve to be compensated for your medical expenses, lost wages, and suffering: