5 Stages of Grief
The 5 stages of grief may be expressed in the following ways.
- Denial: “This didn’t really happen.”
- Anger: “Why did this have to happen to my loved one?”
- Bargaining: “If you can bring my loved one back, I promise to _____.”
- Depression: “What’s the point of going on?”
- Acceptance: “Everything is going to be OK.”
If you are dealing with grief, getting support is important. Whether you turn to family members and friends or join a support group, the most important thing is to have someone to lean on during difficult times.
Filing a wrongful death claim after a car accident could also help you gain a sense of closure in order to heal and help you obtain compensation for financial and emotional distress.
Contact a Bridgeport Personal Injury Attorney
A Bridgeport personal injury attorney can help cope with wrongful death after your loved one’s car accident. Unfortunately, car accidents are a regular occurrence on West Virginia roadways such as I-79, I-77, Route 50, Route 33, and I-68. In fact, our state averages over 40,000 car crashes, over 400 deaths, and over 11,000 serious injuries each year. If your loved one was killed in a Bridgeport car accident, order a FREE copy of our consumer guide, The 7 Biggest Mistakes that Can Wreck Your West Virginia Car Accident Claim then contact the Clarksburg personal injury attorneys at The Miley Legal Group for a FREE consultation – 304-326-1800.