Healing Body and Mind After an Accident

Jay Stillman

2 min read

At Stillman & Friedland, we handle accident and personal injury cases for a variety of clients, many of whom have been involved in accidents involving serious injuries. We have seen first-hand how these injuries impact livelihoods, finances, relationships, as well as the physical and mental health of our clients.

It’s not new that mental attitude affects one’s health. The term for this is psychosomatic, the relationship between the mental and physical forces within all of us. When both of these are not working together in tandem, recovery from injuries can often be inhibited or delayed, and your suffering greatly increased.

We understand the stress and difficulties your injuries cause in your daily lives. Just the pain of an injury has detrimental effects on your body, raising your blood pressure, increasing stress, and if you let it, pain and suffering will deprive you of your enjoyment of life, family, friends and more. These losses are things insurance companies and defense attorneys will resist to the bitter end unless you have a qualified legal team representing you. At Stillman and Friedland, we know how to deal with these losses, and we know how to prove them!

Our goal with all of our clients is to ensure the quickest medical recovery possible and to make sure your are adequately compensated for all of your injuries, loss wages, and pain and suffering. Part of the physical recovery process includes a positive mental attitude and making sure the mind and body are working together to give optimum opportunities to heal.

To understand how you can put this force to work for you and aid your healing process by helping your mind and body work together, take a look at the video linked below. I think it will help you help yourself.

At Stillman and Friedland, we are committed to helping you in every aspect of your needs, physical recovery, emotional recovery and financial recovery.

If you have been injured in a car or truck accident, we are here to help you like no other law firm.
Contact me today to learn how we can assist you.

Jay Stillman
Stillman and Friedland

* This blog entry should not be construed as medical advice or treatment for any specific person or condition. Only a licensed medical professional can properly diagnose and treat psychological and/or physical conditions. If you have any question regarding your mental or physical health, please consult with your healthcare provider.

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