No. Personal injury can be physical or psychological. If you have been the victim of mental or emotional damages, you may be due monetary compensation for pain and suffering. Psychological pain may negatively impact your career, productivity, behavior, outlook, happiness, and even your behavior and personality. In other words, psychological injury is a real injury, and its severity should not be understated. If you have suffered psychological damages, you need an experienced personal injury attorney to maximize your chances of receiving the fair compensation you rightfully deserve.