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CALIFORNIA CHRONIC PAIN LAWYERS
HELPING THOSE WITH LIFE-ALTERING INJURIES STATEWIDE
While some injuries resolve within a few months or years, some injuries last forever. Chronic pain is the term used by medical professionals to describe pain that persists longer than the typical healing process for an injury or disease. Chronic pain can disrupt your life, interfere with your work, and prevents you from carrying out routine day-to-day activities. Chronic pain is a permanent injury that can last a lifetime.
If you are suffering from chronic pain following an accident, contact B&D Law Group, APLC as soon as possible. Our experienced California chronic pain lawyers can help you understand your options for financial recovery and work to secure the maximum compensation you are owed.
Call our firm at (888) 977-2238 today to request a free consultation. If there is no recovery, you do not owe any attorneys’ fees.
Why You Need an Experienced Attorney
Often, chronic pain cannot be quantified in MRIs or medical examinations, making it difficult to diagnose and prove. For these reasons, insurance companies are often skeptical of claimants and reluctant to pay for injuries and medical treatment. They will claim that the pain is exaggerated, imaginary, or psychosomatic. Insurance companies will do anything in their power to discredit claims of chronic pain from accidents. However, for sufferers of chronic pain, the pain and suffering is very real.
Our experienced California chronic pain injury lawyers understand how to maximize your claim for complex regional pain syndrome. We provide compassionate, personalized, and aggressive legal representation.
Causes of Chronic Pain
Chronic pain can be linked to soft tissue, neck, and back pain, as well as spinal cord injuries. Injuries to the connective tissues in the spine can leave a person with long-term chronic pain. Disc injuries can also lead to chronic pain. Discogenic pain occurs from degenerative injuries to the disc. Discogenic pain can exist even in discs that show no injuries or structural changes on MRIs and radiology reports.
Chronic pain can result from injuries sustained in many different types of accidents, including:
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Premises Liability Accidents
- Trip & Fall Accidents
- Construction Site Accidents
- Dog Bites
Victims of chronic pain may require long-term medical care, pain management, rehabilitation, physiatry, and medication. Chronic pain can also lead to depression, so psychological and psychiatric care may be necessary. Our attorneys have a wealth of experience in helping victims obtain the maximum relief for their injuries. We can work closely with your doctors and medical providers in order to establish your claim for compensation for chronic pain.
Request a Free Consultation Today
If you or a loved one has been involved in an catastrophic injury that has left you with chronic pain, contact the skilled lawyers at B&D Law Group for help recovering the maximum compensation you are owed for your injury claim. Insurance companies have armies of investigators and experts helping them protect their bottom line. You need an aggressive attorney from B&D Law Group to fight for you.
Call us today at (888) 977-2238 or contact us online to schedule your free case evaluation. We'll help you through this process!