Keogh CrispiPremier New York Personal Injury Lawyers
Call Us Today For A FREE Consultation
212-518-2417

Victims of car wrecks often experience feelings of nervousness and anxiety when they think about having to get in a vehicle again. This can have a negative impact on their life, especially if the effects don't lessen over time. There is a chance that these individuals might have to seek out mental health help to be able to learn how to cope with this very serious effect of the accident.

The mental effects of these accidents seem to be tied to the severity of the wreck, but this doesn't mean that people who are in minor crashes won't suffer from some negative effects. It is possible that anyone who is in a car wreck will develop phobias related to the incident. This might be not wanting to drive in the same model of vehicle or not wanting to be around the same type of vehicle that struck them.

One thing to remember is that these are normal feelings in the time immediately after the accident. The problem comes in when they don't become less intrusive over time. If the feelings are intensifying, you should see a professional. This is also true if the fears and thoughts are preventing you from getting back into a vehicle. You may notice that your entire life, including your relationships, are suffering due to these impacts.

You do have the option of seeking compensation from the driver who struck you. The costs of your mental health care can be included in the claim so that you are seeking to shift the full expenses of the crash onto that driver.

No Comments

Leave a comment
Comment Information
Email Us Today »
Keogh Crispi

521 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1740
New York, NY 10175

Phone: 212-518-2417
Fax: 212-818-0180
New York Law Office Map

  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • S
Bus Lines: M101, M102, M103,
M1, M2, M3, M4, Q32 and M42