A motor vehicle accident can cause not only physical injuries, but also psychological injuries resulting from the traumatic nature of collision itself, chronic pain or the emotional toll of ongoing disability and loss of function. It is not uncommon for a psychological injury to arise months or even years after a motor vehicle accident as a result of the emotional aftermath of the collision and disability.

Common types of psychological injuries arising out of a motor vehicle accident include depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, chronic pain syndrome, chronic regional pain syndrome and anxiety. These types of psychological injuries can have a profound effect on an the injured person’s ability to work and his/her ability to perform normal daily activities.

With over 20 years of proven experience and results in representing individuals who have suffered from psychological injuries, we work to ensure that the right rehabilitation team and funding is in place from the insurance company (ICBC or out of province insurer) so you can focus on your recovery while we handle your legal case to ensure that you obtain proper and fair compensation for your injuries and losses.