Individuals suffering from a psychological injury may experience fatigue, low mood levels, mood swings, difficulty sleeping, nightmares, or flashbacks. While psychological injuries may not offer the same outwardly visible symptoms as a broken leg or spinal cord injury, they can be just as devastating to your quality of life and may significantly compromise your ability to function and perform daily activities. This can put stress on your entire family.

Some symptoms of psychological injury coincide with symptoms of traumatic brain injuries, and it is possible to have both these types of injuries concurrently. It is important to ensure that you have the correct diagnosis.

How We Can Help

We work with you to ensure that you receive appropriate treatment such as professional counselling with a psychologist or registered counsellor and start down the road to recovery while we work to secure the financial compensation you deserve.