If you have suffered and you can prove an injury separate from your economic loss, and you can show that Wyndham's actions were intended to cause you emotional distress, and which further caused your injuries, then you can receive damages for that emotional distress.
However, proof of intentional infliction of emotional distress is one of the most difficult cases to win, because you need an expert, such as a psychologist or psychiatrist to testify to your mental distress and the injuries that were caused.
What this boils down to is that if you actually sought and received professional mental health care, then you you have a viable cause of action. Otherwise, in my opinion, you will not be able to prevail.
I take no pleasure in explaining the limitations of this type of legal action...but, you deserve a competent and accurate legal answer, and that is what I'm providing for you, so that you can best determine whether or not to expend efforts in this regard.
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