Psychological Injury Lawyer in Southeastern Wisconsin
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If you are suffering from a psychological injury caused or exacerbated by someone else you could be entitled to compensation. Psychological damages go beyond the everyday mental and physical strain and can place you in a stressful financial situation.
Psychological injury lawyer Steve Caya has over 30 years’ worth of experience and worked in the insurance industry, so he knows how to get you the psychological damage payout you deserve for your emotional harm.
Can you sue for emotional distress?
It depends. Proving negligence and harm is crucial, and every case is different. The best way to answer this question is by consulting with an experienced attorney.
Wisconsin law allows different types of emotional distress claims:
Intentional infliction of emotional distress (IIED) is also called “the tort of outrage.” This law gives individuals the right to sue if they can prove another person’s extreme and outrageous behavior intentionally caused their severe emotional distress.
Negligent infliction of emotional distress (NIED) gives individuals the right to sue for emotional distress if they can prove they suffered emotional anguish after witnessing a loved one’s death or severe injury caused by another person’s negligence.
Steve Caya has the resources to properly evaluate the short and long-term impact of your psychological injuries, and build a winning case.
Example of compensation for psychological trauma after a car accident: $88,500 settlement for PTSD & neck strain caused by a crash
Do you have a psychological injury case? Request a free consultation with Wisconsin’s trusted psychological injury lawyer to learn what your claim could be worth.
Causes of psychological injury or distress:
If you’ve experienced of any of these injuries due to negligence contact Steve Caya. The sooner you seek help the better your chances are of winning the compensation you’re owed.
Psychological injury case examples:
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
- Chronic Pain
- Traumatic Brain Injury
Just because they’re common doesn’t mean that those at fault shouldn’t be held accountable. Suing for damages after an accident and injury can be stressful. An accident lawyer can take care of the legal process while you focus on recovering.