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Your Mental Health Can Be Damaged At Work

When people think about work-related injuries, they often think of physical ailments. Although physical injuries and illnesses are common, mental health illnesses can also be suffered because of on-the-job accidents or experiences.

If you are struggling with mental health because of a traumatic on-the-job experience, an experienced lawyer can help you receive the financial compensation you need while you take time to recover. At the law office of Jay Gervasi, P.A., we recognize that treatment for people’s psyche is as important as treatment for their bodies, and we are committed to helping injured people and their families in Greensboro and throughout central North Carolina receive the workers’ compensation benefits they need for mental health injuries.

The Impact Of Traumatic Experiences At Work

When people are exposed to traumatic experiences, it can be difficult for them to move forward after the experience. If a traumatic experience at work is impacting your emotional well-being, attorney Jay Gervasi may be able to help you receive the financial settlement you need. We have helped clients who witnessed horrific accidents at work, such as seeing a co-worker suffer fatal injuries, as well as people who were subject to horrific events at work, such as sexual abuse from a co-worker.

Mental Health Struggles After Physical Injuries

When people suffer debilitating physical injuries, it’s unfortunately common for them to struggle mentally as well. Depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can all occur when an individual is unable to enjoy his or her normal activities because of a physical injury.

Talk To A Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist Today

If you are struggling with a psychiatric injury because of a work-related accident, attorney Jay Gervasi can help you receive the compensation you need. Learn more about the financial benefits you may be entitled to by scheduling a free initial consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 336-790-0157.