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  • Published by Paul Hergott, Personal Injury Lawyer,

My physical pain is not disabling but the incident has had a significant impact on my emotional well-being. I can take part in most of my recreational activities but I am more susceptible to anxiety and depression now than I

  • Published by Sara-Jane Bennett,

My doctor prescribed antidepressants to deal with my depression following a crash. I don’t like the way the medication makes me feel so I have stopped taking it. Will the courts penalize me when assessing my award? In the recently

  • Published by Jillian Dean,

If I am able to work for a year or two after the crash and then quit, will I be compensated?  What if I thought I could push through and get better, but over time, my injuries make working unbearable? 

  • Published by Jillian Dean,

If I am involved in a number of crashes, how does compensation work?  What if the injuries from each crash built on the injuries from the last?  What if there is no objective evidence of my serious injuries? In the

  • Published by Jillian Dean,

If you’re depressed after a crash, can you compensated for your loss of enjoyment of life?  What if you’ve had other troubling experiences that might be causing your depression?  Will you still be compensated if the crash wasn’t the only