Sunday, November 14, 2010

Personal Injury Precautions


If you're involved in a situation that causes physical or emotional personal injury to yourself, the best thing to do is seek immediate help.  If you end up going through with legal proceedings, seeking help document the diagnosis and recommended treatment for your condition.

If you suffer a physical personal injury, visit a doctor as soon as you can, and the sooner the better.  This way, the doctor can give an accurate description of your condition and prepare you for immediate treatment.  You can only benefit in the long run.

If you suffer a emotional personal injury, seek professional help via a psychiatrist or a trusted, credible adviser.  This person can help you cope with your emotions and possibly assist.  Just as important, this adviser can vouch for the emotions you felt at the time of the personal injury.

41 comments:

  1. Who should I see about a reputational injury?

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  2. You should always have a person to be your "wall" it's calming and therapeutic.

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  3. I injured my bicep a few days ago after working out. You gotta just take a week off and rest, as frustrating as that can be.

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  4. Need to know stuff right here, good post.

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  5. and you need a good insurance, otherwise it will be a bit expensive ;-)

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  6. luckily for me most of my injuries are physical

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  7. Good advice! Gotta take care of things before they get out of control.

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  8. these blog posts are great, I hope if someone is hurting they will heed this advice

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  9. my friend is in a situation possibly needing one of these

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  10. AHh bullshit! if you dont need a doc! its called natural selection

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  11. A good start to a post. Elaborate more, give some examples.

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  12. The problem is people often seek help (if at all) when its too late :/

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  13. You may need to define emotional personal ingury to some!

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  14. Yeah. If there is ever an injury that is serious, medical attention should be the first thing you seek.

    Also, don't fricken fake whiplash or back injuries. It's just a dick move to screw someone over and it isn't a very nice thing. I hate people that are bastards like that.

    :D

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  15. good info, though i hope i never get injured!

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  16. All the options above sound so expensive though...

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  17. another awesome helpful post thanks

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  18. I can deal with physical injury but emotional is too rough :(

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