Compensation For Chronic Pain Following A Car Accident
Chronic, long term pain can be caused by a number of varying accidents and injuries. The most common accident that causes long term physical pain and trauma is an auto accident.
A car crash causes severe trauma to the body, which can include the body being jerked violently, contorted and possibly punctured by distorted parts of the car.
Following a car accident, long lasting chronic pain can have agonizing effects on the lifestyle habits and activities of the victim. Thirty percent of individuals seriously injured from auto accidents continue to experience pain for longer than a year following the accident. This pain can include physical, mental and emotional distress. Victims may experience pain, along with impaired memory, sleep disruptions, fuzzy eyesight, anxiety, depression, fear and much more.
While this persistent pain and trauma is very real, it can be difficult to prove. Seeking help from an experienced Fort Lauderdale Attorney can help you substantiate your claims and recover the compensation that you deserve.