Chronic Pain Injury Lawyers
Chronic pain can be traumatic and life-altering. Those suffering from accident-related chronic pain suffer doubly. First, they suffer from pain that is nearly always present, but may become unbearable at unpredictable moments. Second, they suffer from the fact that those around them cannot see their injury; because chronic pain sufferers can often engage in normal day-to-day tasks, such as attending work, people may doubt the truth of their pain.
Types and Symptoms of Long Term Chronic Pain
Generally, chronic pain is pain that lingers for more than 6 months. It may be mild or severe, constant or episodic. Such pain often results from impact injuries from Motor Vehicle Accidents; Snowmobile Accidents; ATV Accidents; or Bicycle Collisions.
Some of the most common types of chronic pain that occur after an accident are:
- Chronic Complex Pain Syndrome
- Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome
- Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
Chronic pain not only takes a toll on your physical health, but your mental health as well. The pain can be constant, or there can be flares of intense pain depending on the sufferer’s stress or activity levels.
Those suffering from chronic pain may experience the following symptoms:
- Shooting pain
- Throbbing pain
Our team of experienced personal injury lawyers have years of experience working with sufferers of chronic pain, and we will work hard not only to get you the compensation you deserve for your suffering, but also that you have access to the resources you need to recover as soon as possible.
Free No-Obligation Consultation for People Suffering From Chronic Pain
Though your pain may be invisible to others, it is very real, with real consequences. Chronic pain often leads to chronic fatigue, which may prevent you from meaningfully participating in your professional and personal life.
At KMSC Law, we have multiple personal injury lawyers who have assisted numerous clients suffering from chronic pain—and they can help you, too. We can provide access to the necessary medical and rehabilitative professionals to assist you in managing your pain. By assessing the appropriate treatment we can pursue the appropriate compensation for your pain.
If you’re suffering from chronic pain, we want to help. We offer free-no-obligation consultations for victims of accidents.