Freeclaim Solicitors Success in Chronic Pain Compensation
Freeclaim Solicitors recently secured over £80,000 in damages for our client who developed chronic pain following an accident
Our client was clearly still in great amounts of pain long after the accident had originally occurred. We obtained medical evidence to show how much this was affecting our clientís day to day life, and how this would affect her in the future
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) or Chronic Pain usually occurs following an injury. Pain and stiffness can continue long after the injury has healed and there is no apparent reason for the personís ongoing pain. The understanding surrounding CRPS is sometimes very poor. Many people do not believe it is a real condition, and as such it is sometimes not taken as seriously as other medical conditions.
At Freeclaim Solicitors, our specialist serious injury solicitors have dealt with many cases involving CRPS and chronic pain. We fully understand the daily pain our clients are feeling is very, very real and not to be taken lightly. Because of this we work tirelessly for our clients, arranging pain management programmes to help them deal with their ongoing pain, as well as arranging appointments with medical experts to try to understand, cope with and alleviate their pain, alongside negotiating for the compensation they deserve.
We have recently secured over £80,000 in damages for our client who developed chronic pain following an accident. The client sustained injuries to her back following a rear end shunt when she was a passenger in a car. As a result of this accident she suffered a spinal injury and she was diagnosed with severe whiplash to her neck, back and shoulders. These injuries caused her to also experience severe back pain and mobility difficulties in her neck and arms. Our client was referred for several treatments, but none fully alleviated the pain she was experiencing. Freeclaim Solicitors organised for her to see an expert in pain management who then helped her to deal with her continuing discomfort.
Paul Pike, a specialist solicitor in serious injuries at Freeclaim, who had conduct of the case commented, ďOur client was clearly still in great amounts of pain long after the accident had originally occurred. We obtained medical evidence to show how much this was affecting our clientís day to day life, and how this would affect her in the future. We successfully negotiated compensation for her, and I hope this money will not only help to support our client for future needs and assistance, but will also help her to start rebuilding her life following the accident.Ē
In another case, our client tripped on a raised flagstone and fell, injuring her neck and shoulder. As a result of her accident, she developed symptoms of dizziness, nausea, vomiting and a general feeling of weakness. She also developed tinnitus and problems with her balance when walking. Due to this she was largely bed-bound for a substantial period following the accident.
Her neck and shoulder continued to be painful and have limited movement after the injuries were expected to have healed and the pain to have subsided. She was diagnosed with chronic pain and was referred to a pain management specialist to help her deal with and understand the ongoing pain. Freeclaim Solicitors secured nearly £30,000 in chronic pain compensation on her behalf.
Due to the complex nature of these cases, it is extremely important that you speak to a solicitor with expertise and a track record in chronic pain claims. If you have been diagnosed with chronic pain or CRPS following an accident that wasnít your fault, visit our website to find out how we could help you, http://www.freeclaim.co.uk. Or call our helpline (open 24 hours a day) on 0800 612 7340.†
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