As a person who has faced a spinal cord or brain injury or lost a loved one to an accident, it's important that you regain as much of your health as possible and are able to deal with the death of your loved one. You may not be able to work, could be suffering from pain that isn't easy to relieve or you could be stuck in a hospital and working through months of recuperation. On top of that, your loved one, a passenger or driver of the vehicle you were in, has now passed away.
As an injured victim, there are a range of symptoms you could have been left with. You could be struggling with paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia. Those injuries could result in you needing ongoing occupational and physical therapy to keep your muscles strong and to attempt to heal the damage. You could face trouble with your memory, anxiety, depression or other mental illnesses from trauma. Cognitive difficulties are also a possibility; you may not be able to read, write or concentrate the way you used to, and that can be frustrating when you want to work or participate in normal daily activities.