Psychological or psychiatric injuries from automobile accidents such as depression, anxiety or PTSD are serious injuries that often devastate the victim. It’s usually overwhelming for an injured victim to deal with life while suffering form one of these serious injuries.
To make matters worse, these serious injuries are presumed by ICBC to be “minor injuries” (and treated as such with compensation caps) unless the injuries “significantly” impair one’s ability to work, go to school or perform the activities of daily living for at least FOUR MONTHS.
If you are suffering from depression after a car accident, you need to tell your GP immediately and get a referral to a psychologist for treatment (we can help you get funding from ICBC).
You also need to get great legal counsel on YOUR side to help you deal with ICBC.
At DYSON LAW, we treat your psychological injuries seriously. No one deserves to have their depression treated as a “minor injury” by ICBC and we’ll work hard to make sure your serious injuries are taken seriously by the system.
DON’T SUFFER ALONE.
CALL DYSON LAW IMMEDIATELY FOR HELP WITH YOUR ICBC DEPRESSION INJURY CLAIM:
PHONE (604) 876 – 7000