Certainly could lead to PTSD or c-ptsd. involvement with criminal justice system can be retraumatizing. expenses associated with injuries or therapy or lost property
Crime victims may feel depressed and rage. They also think why they didn't do anything at the time of crime.
Victims may also suffers from PTSD, any trigger related to crime may put them in that specific situation.
For example: if victim was in bomb blast, every loud bang they hear would put them in that situation, they try to hide under their table and desk.
I'll say PTSD and/or CPTSD.
A victim of crime may suffer post-traumatic stress disorder or complex post-traumatic stress disorder. Symptoms may include severe anxiety, uncontrollable thoughts about the past event, nightmares, flashbacks, et cetera
This usually impacts the victim's psychological well-being, especially if it lasts for months or years, the case of CPTSD.
Crime victims often suffer a broad range of psychological and social injuries that persist long after their physical wounds have healed. Intense feelings of anger, fear, isolation, low self-esteem, helpless- ness, and depression are common reactions.