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Can I recover for emotional damages in my personal injury case?
I have a client who I’m representing in a personal injury matter, and she called to ask if she could recover emotional damages in her personal injury suit. Emotional damages are recoverable; however, you would definitely need to prove those up by way of counseling notes and therapist notes to prove the emotional impact of the injury. You can testify to it, you can journal things, and that will assist your attorney in your case, but ideally you would want to have a therapist or a counselor who can come and testify on your behalf to explain to a judge or jury exactly what you have been through emotionally.
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