A Car Accident, Slip and Fall, Work Injury, or Dog Bite can leave you with injuries that any doctor can diagnose and treat and set you on your way, but what about those hidden damages, like emotional distress? How can you prove and address these types of suffering?



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Emotional distress is largely psychological. The suffering can be as great, if not greater than physical injuries, and can last much longer. Plaintiffs however, can have a difficult time proving to a court they are entitled to damages.

Some Ways to Help Prove Your Claim

If you’re pursuing a claim for emotional distress, here are some ways you may be able to prove your claim:

Contact An Attorney

When making a claim for emotional distress, it’s important to work with an experienced personal injury attorney. as previously stated, proof can be very difficult in these claims, and your attorney can help guide you through.


The Law Offices of Dussault & Zatir