San Diego Stress/PTSD Claim Lawyer
Numerous reputable studies have confirmed that occupational pressures and fears are the leading source of stress for workers across the nation. According to the CDC, 40 percent of workers feel their job is very or extremely stressful. Now more than ever, workers strongly associate problems at work with health complaints (even more than financial issues or family problems). Some of the main causes of work-related stress, include:
- People issues
- Juggling work and personal life
- Lack of job security.
An employee who suffers severe occupational stress may be able to file a claim to collect stress-related damages. The stress/PTSD claim attorneys in Los Angeles at the Mitchell Law Corporation have years of experience handling challenging claims and can assist you in your quest for justice.
Warning Signs of Job Stress
Research has shown that stressful working conditions and demanding jobs increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, psychological disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, cancer, ulcers, impaired immune function, and suicide. Studies have also shown that job stress can interfere with safe working practices and therefore, increase the chances of a devastating work accident occurring.
If you or a loved one has exhibited difficulty concentrating, headaches, problems sleeping, stomach pain, low morale or a short temper, it is highly recommended you see a health care professional as soon as possible. After seeing a doctor, please reach out to one of our caring and compassionate attorneys. Proving your emotional stress injury is work-related can be very challenging without our legal team by your side. Working alongside our team of medical experts, we can prove your injuries were caused by no fault of your own.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
After experiencing a life-threatening or traumatic event, such as a car accident, motorcycle accident, construction site accident or truck accident, it is not uncommon for individuals to experience trouble sleeping, increased “jumpiness,” or frequent flashbacks of the disturbing event. For most, these feelings and memories lessen over time, but for some, these symptoms only get worse. Individuals who experience symptoms for more than four weeks or find that the symptoms are interfering with home and work life may have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
The symptoms of PTSD are:
Negative changes in emotions or beliefs
In an effort to avoid memories of the event, some PTSD sufferers may not show interest in activities they enjoyed before the incident occurred. Changes in the way a PTSD patient views himself or herself may occur and feelings of fear, guilt, and shame may be prevalent.
Always on the lookout
PTSD patients may always be on the lookout for danger or feel jittery, jumpy or alert. This symptom may cause a victim to have trouble sleeping or concentrating.
Avoiding memories of the event
PTSD sufferers may try to avoid any situations or people who trigger memories of the event.
Reliving the event
For PTSD patients, frequent flashbacks of the traumatic event or nightmares about the event may not subside.
Getting the help you need to move towards a brighter future is our main priority and we have the resources needed to litigate a case of this nature. We have successfully handled hundreds of personal injury and workers’ compensation claims and can easily identify if you are able to recover additional compensation for PTSD. Having an aggressive stress/PTSD claim lawyer in San Diego at the Mitchell Law Corporation represent you can make a dramatic difference in the outcome of your case and ultimately, make a dramatic difference in the amount of funds you recover.
Take Legal Action Today
The state allows victims a limited amount of time to take legal action, which is why we recommend you contact our law firm today. When you call, we can inform you of the time limits that apply to your case and inform you of how we can help. Waiting to call our staff could mean losing your ability to file a claim and recover money.
Focus on Your Recovery
Let an experienced stress/PTSD claim attorney in Los Angeles handle your case so you can focus on what’s most important, your recovery. Call our office at (310) 442-9380 for a free consultation. You can also reach a caring member of our staff in San Diego at (619) 702-6518. Cases are taken on no win, no fee basis so please do not be concerned about the cost of hiring skilled legal representation.