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The Law Offices of Vincent J. Ciecka Represents Claims from the One Injury Not Visible: Psychiatric Injury

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Updated 7:00 AM CDT, Fri, June 08,2018

Pennsauken, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/08/2018 -- The Law Offices of Vincent J. Ciecka aren't just the premier slip and fall attorneys in NJ, but they also provide the area's most professional psychiatric injury claims as well. The last few months have seen recent breakthroughs in the medical field that may have consequential effects for the legal community regarding claims for psychiatric injuries. For instance, a new blood test designed by Banyan Biomarkers to help doctors to diagnose traumatic brain injuries has won U.S. government approval.

This move opens the door for the biotech industry's rush to find a way to quickly and accurately diagnose concussions. The test works by detecting two proteins present in the brain cells that can leak into the bloodstream following a blow to the head. This can help doctors determine who needs urgent care when suspected of brain bleeding and has far-reaching potential to be used in sporting activities and on battlefields across the world when dealing with traumatic brain injuries (TBIs).

The neuropsychological deficits associated with a TBI can include diminished memory, reasoning skills, and inhibitory control, and others. Consequently, psychiatric disorders following a TBI are a frequent occurrence. However, these psychiatric injuries can occur as a result of any stimulus, including from the workplace. They can be due to emotional shock, even without any apparent physical harm.

For instance, an employee who witnesses an accident or is exposed to trauma at the workplace may be deemed to have suffered a psychiatric injury. While for some this may be a sudden and unexpected event, for others it can be a prolonged and chronic situation that develops over time. Either way, this is a severe condition which can be debilitative to those who are affected by it.

Psychiatric claims aren't limited to those directly involved in these events. It's also possible to have a psychiatric claim from family members who have witnessed horrific events. These claims are for negligent or intentional infliction of emotional distress. This type of claim occurs when one person engages in behavior that causes the severe mental anguish of another person.

In this situation, a wrongdoer is subject to laws regarding their responsibility of action by extremely, outrageously, recklessly committing an act that causes mental distress in another person.

The attorneys at the Law Offices of Vincent J. Ciecka take these offenses seriously and will protect their clients from it and provide them with the justice and compensation they deserve.

At the Law Offices of Vincent J. Ciecka, they provide South Jersey with expert and professional accident lawyers. To schedule a consultation for legal advice, interested parties can call 856-283-0589 or visit https://ciecka.com.

About The Law Offices of Vincent J. Ciecka, P.C.
The Law Offices of Vincent J. Ciecka was established in 1976 as a people focused personal injury law firm. The firm treats its clients with the utmost care and respect, and works with their clients to get the best results possible. The firm provides legal representation throughout Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and surrounding counties, and all areas of Central and Southern New Southern New Jersey. The Law Offices of Vincent J. Ciecka focus only on handling injury cases in the practice areas of personal injury and workers compensation. Vincent J. Ciecka, P.C., has over three decades of experience providing the highest level of strategic legal representation for all facets of personal injury and workers compensation cases, having taken part in extensive past cases dealing with insurance companies and courts alike.

Individuals that have been hurt and need help, call 856-972-7220 or reach them at https://www.ciecka.com and they will fight for them so they can get back to their lifestyle without having to deal with the insurance companies.

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