Car Collisions: Even the Slightly Injured Can Benefit from Treatment

June 2016

A car collision can cause more than just a physical injury.  A person who goes through a car collision can also have emotional pain and physical reactions.  A recent study took up these issues of dealing with individuals after a car collision.  Even in the absence of physical injury, a person following a car crash still might confront loss of concentration, sleep disturbance and a loss of energy. The study found that a treatment called "caring touch" was effective in dealing with the non-physical injuries following a car collision.

At Herrick & Hart, we help people deal with the injuries following a car collision and work to obtain them just compensation.  We understand that being involved in a car collision is much more complex than just the physical injury.  There are many more issues to deal with that are both physical and psychological.

If you have been injured in a car collision, take the time to make an informed choice.  Herrick & Hart has been handling car accidents for over 60 years.  We offer a free consultation on personal injury case.  For more information on car accidents, check our FAQ.

Other Personal Injury Articles

Other Topics