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You may be suffering from mental trauma after a Detroit automobile crash if you are experiencing anxiety, stress, bouts of anger and panic attacks.

These are some of the symptoms of the debilitating, psychological suffering that car crash victims face for years – or even a lifetime – if their conditions go undiagnosed and untreated.

In order to make sure that you are receiving all of the medical care and treatment you need and that your legal rights to damages, compensation and benefits are being protected, you need to know about the following if you have suffered mental trauma after a Detroit automobile crash:

  • Find out what mental trauma is
  • Learn about all of the symptoms
  • Find out about the two common forms of psychological injury
  • Learn about making a claim with your auto insurance company
  • Find out about your rights to sue for No-Fault benefits and pain and suffering compensation

To learn more about what to do if you have suffered mental trauma after a Detroit automobile crash, please check out my page “mental trauma after a car accident.”

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