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Psychological Injuries

Psychological injury cases can be complex: Our attorneys will support you throughout the process

When you have the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein behind you, you can be confident that the insurance companies won't get away with minimizing the impact your psychological injury has had on your life. We are ready to fight for your rights and to hold the responsible parties accountable. Call 1-877-294-6813.

More is known about psychological injuries every passing year. It is now well established that mental disorders, such as post-traumatic stress (PTSD), can occur in instances where someone has experienced and/or witnessed a traumatic event such as a hit and run accident or an accidental injury that leads to death.

Types of psychological injuries

Common sources of psychological injuries include:

  • Witnessing a serious accident.
  • Witnessing horrific injury, including an act of violence committed by someone.
  • Experiencing physical assault, including rape, molestation, incest, or domestic abuse.
  • Experiencing a natural disaster (fire, flood, hurricane, earthquake, etc.).
  • Experiencing serious bodily harm.

Psychological injuries can be especially challenging to children who are passengers in auto accidents where family members are injured or killed. However, psychological injuries know no age boundaries and can affect anyone involved in a traumatic event. Psychological injuries can make it difficult or impossible for an injury victim to return to work and everyday life.

Psychological injury can be debilitating. Dealing with insurance companies can be overwhelming. Joe can help. Call now.

We know that a serious personal injury resulting from psychological distress is a life-altering event. We hear every day about our clients' hardships when they have suffered a significant trauma. That is what focuses our commitment to vigorous legal representation to injury victims in Maine. Call Joe today at 1-877-294-6813. There is no fee or obligation for an initial consultation. And if we take your case, we don't get paid until you win. You have rights; we're ready to help. Contact our offices right away.