The Auto Injury Advocate (1-855-772-9829) helps motor vehicle accident victims in Kingston and throughout Southern Ontario seek compensation for the treatment of physical injuries and PTSD.
Motor vehicle accidents are traumatic. Nobody walks away unscathed and survivors are often left to deal with both the physical and mental consequences alone. Accident victims often don’t know who to turn to for help and this, sadly, compounds the trauma.
If you or your family have been the victims of a motor vehicle accident in Ontario there are resources available to help you. You have the right to apply for compensation, financial aid, physical rehab, and mental health support from government agencies. The process, however, can be lengthy and you will need reliable structures in place to guide and support you.
The primary focus of the Auto Injury Advocate is helping motor vehicle accident victims get the compensation they deserve by showing them how to navigate Ontario’s complex bureaucratic system. The advisory service covers Windsor, Kingston, Peterborough, Lindsay, and the surrounding areas. For more information, please visit http://www.carcrashadvice.ca
“I have seen far too many patients and their families struggle in real life. So, it's important to have someone you can trust point you in the right direction,” said Nick Ioannidis, founder of the Auto Injury Advocate.
The no-charge advisory service provides up-to-date information on available resources in your area, including ODSP, Ontario Works, Trillium, and WSIB. If you have a more complex case, the Auto Injury Advocate can also make recommendations regarding legal services and options.
Dealing with mental and emotional trauma is a big part of the recovery process after a motor vehicle accident, but it is often overlooked. According to the American Psychological Association, motor vehicle accidents are the most common cause of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the general population.
The symptoms of PTSD include re-experiencing the trauma, intrusive thoughts about the accident, persistent avoidance of situations associated with the accident, feelings of detachment, disturbed sleep, and the inability to carry out everyday tasks. It is important to seek treatment if you experience any of these symptoms.
According to Ioannidis, “every accident victim, regardless of age or status, deserves a worry-free opportunity to have access to resources that not only keep you informed, but carefully guide you step-by-step through the maze of legal, medical, and government red tape you may find yourself dealing with due to an automobile accident.”
Nick Ioannidis, a retired social worker, has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare sector, working closely with Ontario law firms and insurance companies. He now uses his experience and expertise to act as an advocate for motor vehicle accident victims and their families.
For more information about the Auto Injury Advocate (1-855-772-9829) and how they can help you, please visit http://www.carcrashadvice.ca