Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder


Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder caused by experiencing a significant, unexpected traumatic event such as a car accident. People who suffer from PTSD experience nightmares, and persistent and obsessive recollections of the trauma.They grow apprehensive when faced with situations resembling the traumatic event. Without help they cope by avoiding actions thoughts or feelings they associate with the accident. They become detached and tend to avoid situations, persons, or activities associated with the accident. That in turn leads to disturbed sleep, irritability and difficulty concentrating. All this takes an enormous toll on the victim’s job, social life and on his or her family.


We represent people who have been victims of accidents that have resulted in PTSD and who need to be compensated both for the injury they suffered and the expense they incur in order to recover.


ICBC and its adjusters deal with traumatic brain injuries and PTSD on a regular basis and have a thorough understanding of the issues involved. It is important for you to have a lawyer on your side who can stand up for your rights in these cases.

For a person who has been diagnosed with PTSD, cognitive therapy is crucial, and we can help you find the resources you need to pursue relief. There is no need to suffer endlessly when help is available for you.