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Motor vehicle accident consequences take on numerous forms, where a collision is the result of drunk driving or some other example of reckless behavior. An accident victim may struggle with a broken bone or some other physical challenge, such as a laceration. However, some of the consequences associated with motor vehicle collisions are not always evident right away. For example, someone who is involved in a car crash may struggle with mental trauma, emotional disturbances or an anxiety disorder. There are several types of anxiety disorders that can affect car crash victims.

Some people who are trying to recover from a wreck may suffer from generalized anxiety disorder, while others may develop post-traumatic stress disorder which haunts them for the rest of their lives. Some people may start to have panic attacks in the wake of a crash, and other people may become obsessive-compulsive or develop social anxiety as a result of the accident. These are just some examples of the different ways in which anxiety can impact car wreck victims.

Unfortunately, these consequences are not always visible right away. Moreover, some people may not know that they are even struggling with an anxiety disorder or they may refuse to accept that the accident has affected their life in this way. However, it is imperative to take these issues into account for those who are considering legal action in an attempt to receive justice. Negligent drivers who cause these wrecks should be held responsible for all of the different hardships they cause.