In this article, we delve into the intricate relationship between car accidents and mental health issues. While correlation doesn’t imply causation, understanding the impact of conditions like anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, and bipolar disorder on driving abilities is crucial when navigating personal injury claims. Likewise, we explore how accidents can trigger or exacerbate mental illness and provide insights on seeking fair compensation for both physical and psychological damages. With our expert legal team by your side, you can find guidance and support to effectively address these complex issues.
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Whether you’re walking to school, work, the grocery store, or the park, you should feel safe—but for many pedestrians, that simply isn’t the case. It’s hard to say that it’s just an issue of unsafe driving or reckless pedestrians, though, since both play a role in this growing issue. Pedestrian accidents have been on the […]
If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, your attorney may be involved in negotiations with the other party’s insurance company as you undergo treatment. Out of nowhere, you’re notified that you are to participate in an independent medical examination. What is this and how can it help or hurt your claim? It’s important to […]
You only have a short amount of time after a car crash to gather evidence and preserve your right to seek compensation. What are the things you can do that will actually help your settlement? First, make sure you file a police report. Second, take this chance to exchange contact information with the other driver. […]
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