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Emotional Distress Injury Attorneys

Mental anguish and emotional distress are common responses to the trauma of a physical injury or accident. The following are some signs or symptoms of mental anguish and emotional distress:

  • Apprehension
  • Confusion
  • Humiliation
  • Shock
  • Sorrow
  • Terror
  • Isolation
  • Loss of self-confidence due to your injury
  • Dropping out of your usual activities because of loss of self-confidence
  • Anxiety

There are many situations that can cause severe emotional distress in a person, to the degree that their life is affected by the emotional trauma. When you have suffered such emotional stress because of actions caused by another, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the person or company responsible. There are many types of actions that can lead to emotional distress, some which include:

  • Dog bites
  • Assault & Battery
  • Kidnapping
  • False imprisonment
  • Defamation of character
  • Rape
  • Medical procedures

Someone who has suffered a severe accident such as a dog bite or assault may be severely affected by the incident. The effects of this emotional distress can lead to serious consequences for someone, including depression, grief, anxiety, fear and humiliation. With these effects, a person can then find it hard to properly function at work and may have trouble with relationships as well. Their overall quality of life can be inhibited by this emotional distress.

If you or someone you know is suffering from emotional distress caused by the negligence or intentional harm of another, contact our office for a free consultation with our injury attorneys. Our caring legal staff will speak with you confidentially to find out what your situation is and how we may be able to help you. We will pursue the maximum compensation you may be entitled to in order to help you recover any medical expenses you may have had, lost wages, and of course for the emotional pain and suffering this has caused you. Call us today for your free initial consultation at (702) 433-2889 or submit your questions through our on-line form. Do not wait to seek the compensation you deserve. Call us today.

 


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