Emotional Distress

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Suing for Emotional Distress

If you are a victim of the negligent or intentional actions of another person that causes you emotional distress, you may be able to recover for your damages. The extent of your recovery for emotional distress is generally limited by the amount of damage you suffer, and the severity of distress inflicted. Many lawyers are hesitant to take a case based solely on emotional distress because the amount of damage can be relatively small.

Two Types of Emotional Distress Lawsuits

There are two types of emotional distress lawsuits: negligent infliction of emotional distress, and intentional infliction of emotional distress: 

Do you Need a Personal Injury Attorney?

If you or a loved one have been injured by the intentional or negligent acts of another, you should speak to a personal injury attorney immediately to learn more about preserving your rights and remedies. A lawyer will be able to explain the value of your case and help you navigate through the complicated legal process. Most lawyers who handle these types of personal injury matters work on a contingency basis.

Vea esta página en español: Aflicción Emocional o visita Abogados-Leyes.com para más información legal.

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Last Modified: 04-24-2014 11:32 AM PDT

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