PTSD:
Learn To Recognize This Invisible Injury

PTSD: Learn To Recognize This Invisible Injury
Free Webinar • Aired January 26th, 2021

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a serious matter and it is not always something you can easily identify. Plus some people needlessly suffer from PTSD because of an unfortunate archaic stigma associated with diagnosis and treatment by a mental health professional. Left untreated, PTSD can tragically snowball and negatively effect a person’s health, relationships, career, and quality of life. The good news is there are very good resources and effective treatment protocols available. Register for my webinar where I will offer advice to help you identify this invisible injury and some available resources.

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How Long is this Webinar?

This webinar will run for approximately 40 minutes, with an additional 10 minutes available for Q&A.

Who We Are?

We are personal injury lawyers who specialize in working with Massachusetts police officers injured on duty. We help minimize the financial impact on these officers and their families and get them the compensation they deserve and need.

For over 32 years, founder and attorney Steven Ballin has helped injured police officers recover millions of dollars in compensation over and above traditional injury on duty benefits. He has represented injured officers in over 200 departments throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He has written and lectured extensively on subjects of interest to police officers regarding how to stay safe on the job and how to get compensated in the event of an injury on duty.

Find out more about Ballin Law here.

The recorded webinar will begin instantly after you register using the "Watch This Recorded Webinar Now" link.

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Areas of Law Practice

We specialize in all areas of Massachusetts personal injury law, fighting for your rights to get the compensation you deserve, whether you have been in a car accident or have suffered a traumatic brain injury.