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Can I Seek Workers' Comp Benefits for Psychological Injuries?

With work-related stress levels on the rise, it is not uncommon for employees and executives to suffer from mental or psychological injuries during the course of doing their job. Physical injuries sustained on the job can also lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health, psychiatric or psychological conditions which may make an individual eligible to seek workers' comp benefits. To obtain benefits for these types of injuries you must be able to prove that a clear connection exists between a specific, traumatic event or accident that occurred while you were on the job and the psychological injuries you are now experiencing. Proving this type of claim will not come easy and these types of claims are often denies, particularly when you are not being represented by a skilled workers' comp attorney.

Our firm has been advocating for the rights of employees and workers who have suffered physical, mental or psychological injuries while on the job for decades. Our founding attorney has more than 50 years experience practicing law and is one of the state's first attorneys to become board certified as a workers' compensation specialist. If you or a loved one is suffering from psychological injuries you believe developed as a result of a workplace accident, illness or work-induced stress, our firm can assist you in determining your eligibility and seeking the maximum benefits for which you may be entitled to receive through workers' comp. To find out more about how our firm can help you with your workers' compensation claim, call a Phoenix workers' comp attorney at Fendon Law Firm, P.C. to schedule a free initial consultation as soon as possible.

We are available to represent clients throughout Arizona, including Phoenix, Flagstaff and Prescott.

Categories: Workers' Compensation