PTSD Claims for Veterans and Non-Military Individuals and Families

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) affects millions of people across the nation. In fact, it is one of the top mental health issues that Veterans of Foreign Wars experience on a daily basis. PTSD can result in severe depression, anxiety, loss of appetite, and especially withdrawing from family and life in general.

Victims have also experienced derealization and depersonalization disorders – which is directly connected to brain and system overload. The latter prevents the mind from connecting to the body, environment, and stimuli. The scariest part, however, is an absolute disconnection from one’s identity and self. While there is no actual cure for PTSD, victims can secure solace and relief by the following:

  • Anti-anxiety and anti-depressant meds, along with weekly counseling and therapy.
  • Personalized therapy sessions with psychiatrists, psychologists, and other mental health experts.
  • Group therapy sessions with fellow veterans – or non-military personnel that have experienced dramatic emotional duress and mental anguish in their lives.
  • Discussing your feelings, emotions, and problems in the open at local VFW meetings. Seeking professional advice about mental fatigue, loss of appetite, exhaustion, hysteria, dementia, and other mental or physical related issues with experts and physicians.

PTSD – A Real and Growing Problem

PTSD is a real and growing problem with no visible end in sight. For those suffering from this mental health issue, the ability to function at normal levels is extremely difficult. In fact, many individuals with PTSD tend to be trapped in their own minds. They continuously relive the torment and anguish that resulted in this condition, and simply lose interest in living and life in general.

Many sufferers also experience job loss, while withdrawing from loved ones and friends. For those experiencing this issue, a PTSD claims attorney can help. In fact, these legal experts have the tools and expertise to secure restitution for job loss, income loss, and especially health bills and other expenses. While they may not be able to cure PTSD, they can certainly help victims with financial solace and reassurance.

Area attorneys also work with governing agencies to ensure victims receive disability coverage and insurance. They also stand by your side during the entire application and confirmation process; along with helping you understand the legal proceedings involved in PTSD insurance claims.

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