The emotional and mental health challenges are very difficult to deal with after a car crash. Sometimes, there will be post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) associated with these accidents. When this is the case, you might find that there are some unique challenges that come with this.
One thing that you might not be prepared for is the difficulty that you will have trying to get back into a vehicle. Just the thought of being involved in another accident might strike such intense fear in you that you aren't able to move.
In most accidents, the anxiety that you feel will begin to lessen as time progresses. Unfortunately, PTSD is more likely going to get worse if you don't receive treatment for it. This is one of the primary things that may make it a bit easier to realize that you have something more serious than just normal anxiety.
When you are dealing with the aftermath of the accident and realize that you have PTSD, you might see that it is infiltrating every aspect of your life. The trouble getting into a vehicle might make it impossible to get to work or run necessary errands.
Because the mental health care you need is likely going to be costly and this is in addition to other expenses of the crash, you might consider seeking compensation for the crash. This might help you to cover the damages that stem from the wreck. Be sure you think about all categories that are possible so that you don't miss anything that might help you get what you deserve.