Mental suffering. In some cases, damages may be awarded for mental anguish even though no physical injury is present.
The mental suffering one endures due to an incident of injury. It can include fright, feelings of distress, anxiety, depression, grief and physical symptoms caused by the mental worry.
Any mental suffering or emotional distress such as fright, terror, apprehension, nervousness, anxiety, worry, humiliation, mortification, feeling of lost dignity, embarrassment, grief, shock, or ordeal.
sustained dull painful emotion
mental pain, torment, or distress ( Tranquil Mind)
Mental suffering. It is different from a physical injury, but may be considered in awarding damages. In some cases damages for mental anguish can be awarded even if no physical injury occured.
The pain, torment, distress, or suffering of emotions as the result of the negligence of another.