Can You Receive Workers’ Compensation For Post-Traumatic Stress?

If you have personally experienced, witnessed or been confronted with a traumatic event in the workplace, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD is a serious and debilitating mental health condition which deeply affects the injured worker and requires significant medical care and legal consultation. Arizona's law enforcement, construction and industrial workers often experience traumatic events which lead to post-traumatic stress disorder.

Professional Representation Is Vital For PTSD Claims

Workers' compensation claims for this condition are extremely complex due to the variety of standards and proof issues. Many employers and insurance companies do not understand the laws and can often lead you astray with misinformation. In defending the claim, there must be proper diagnosis with medical testimony from a licensed psychiatrist or psychologist.

Mr. Wisniewski is highly experienced in PTSD and has represented many Arizona's law enforcement officers and first responders when they have been deprived of workers' compensation benefits. There is no need for the injured worker to endure more mental stress when you have help from our experienced attorneys who will defend you.

PTSD Symptoms In Injured Workers

Following a traumatic experience in the workplace, workers often experience some or all of the following PTSD-related symptoms:

  • Severe depression occurring over a prolonged period of time
  • Persistent anxiety and excessive worry
  • Flashbacks of the traumatic event
  • Loss of appetite
  • Withdrawal from family, friends and co-workers
  • Recurring unwanted thoughts or nightmares of the traumatic experience

If you have experienced a traumatic event in the workplace and believe you may be suffering from PTSD, please seek help from a licensed mental health professional and call Robert Wisniewski, who is experienced in PTSD claims and will help you through the complex workers' compensation claim process for this condition. We will coordinate with your treatment team to document all relevant medical evidence for your claim. You are not alone.

An Experienced Team Of Attorneys By Your Side

Do not delay another moment. We are ready to assist you with your workers' compensation PTSD claim. A free consultation with Mr. Wisniewski will provide the straight answers and advice you need. Call us today at 602-234-3700 (1-800-224-3220 toll-free) or send us an email. We can help you.