Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Lawyer in Connecticut


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a serious mental health disorder that develops after experiencing or witnessing a terrifying event. If you are suffering from PTSD there is a chance that you have a case and could be entitled to a settlement. PTSD Lawyer Tim Moynahan can help you through this difficult time, and help you to get the settlement you deserve.

Symptoms of PTSD may include intrusive flashbacks, nightmares of the event, severe emotional distress, avoidance, feelings of hopelessness, depression, self-destructive behavior, irritability, hyperarousal, and angry outbursts. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder disrupts one’s daily life—personal relationships, work, sleep—and it may bring about alcoholism and/or drug addiction.

PTSD symptoms typically ensue directly after the incident but these symptoms can also be delayed for months. Here are three different types of PTSD:

  • Acute: symptoms have lasted for < than three months
  • Chronic: symptoms have lasted for > than three months
  • Delayed: PTSD is delayed when it takes six months or more for the symptoms to develop

If you have been struggling with these symptoms for longer than four weeks, you should see a doctor who can diagnose and provide treatment.

PTSD is commonly associated with:

If you have been diagnosed with PTSD, you may be able to receive compensation as part of a personal injury law suit or an injury-related insurance claim.

The attorneys at Moynahan Law Firm understand the crippling effects of PTSD and we are here to help. We are prepared to help you attain the compensation you deserve.

We also help victims with spinal cord injuries & cerebral palsy get the compensation they deserve.

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Contact us today if you have been, or expect to be, charged with a crime

If you are looking for a criminal defense lawyer for a loved one, or have been contacted by the police or charged with a state or federal crime in Connecticut, contact our law office today. For immediate assistance, call us at (203) 597-6364.


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