Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after a car accident is a common condition for crash victims. Symptoms can include flashbacks and nightmares about the event, feeling emotionally numb, having trouble sleeping and concentrating, feeling irritable and having trouble maintaining relationships.
What does the law say about whether I can sue for post traumatic stress disorder after a crash?
The law also says that if you have been diagnosed with PTSD, then it’s possible to seek compensation.
What do I need to prove to sue?
When you sue for PTSD, you need to prove that the crash caused your symptoms. This may involve having an expert such as a psychiatrist or psychologist testify about your symptoms, how they are consistent with PTSD, and how you were not experiencing any of these symptoms before the crash.
What do I need to show to get compensation and money damages?
To get money damages for your PTSD, you will need to show that the crash caused your condition. This means there must be a link between the trauma of the crash and your diagnosis. You do not need to prove that it caused PTSD in all people or even most people, but only that it caused yours specifically.
How will a lawyer help me with filing a lawsuit?
When you’re trying to file a lawsuit, it can be difficult to know where to start. You need to know the law, how PTSD is defined in court, and how your case will stand up against attacks by the at-fault driver and his or her insurance company. An experienced lawyer will help with all these things. They know what evidence is needed for your particular case and how best to use that evidence in court. An expert can also help your lawyer explain how PTSD manifests itself physically in ways that may not otherwise be obvious.
The most important thing about hiring an attorney is that they have experience fighting for people like yourself who have been injured through no fault of their own by another party’s auto negligence or recklessness while driving on public roads or highways.
How do I prove I got PTSD from my automobile crash?
To win a lawsuit against another driver or the owner of the vehicle they were driving, you will need to be able to show that:
- You were involved in an accident with another vehicle
- The other driver’s negligent driving caused the accident
- The accident caused you to suffer post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- You have been diagnosed with PTSD
In conclusion, you may be able to sue the person who caused the crash that caused your post traumatic stress disorder. This is because they are responsible for causing your injuries and pain. If you decide to pursue this route, talk to a Michigan Auto Law personal injury attorney who can give you advice on how to prove your case and can help you collect the compensation you deserve under the law.