Chronic Pain

No one should have to live in chronic pain.

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We Understand That Chronic Pain is Debilitating and Our Lawyers Can Help

We understand how debilitating it can be to never feel comfortable because of chronic pain.  It’s important that you meet with an injury lawyer if you are struggling to cope with this pain and the debilitating changes it can bring.

Chronic pain is defined as an ongoing discomfort resulting from injury or disease that lasts a month beyond the expected recovery time. The affliction is usually diagnosed as a soft tissue injury and its symptoms are generally severe, prolonged, and unexpected.

Chronic pain symptoms may include:

  • Inability to work or perform activities
  • Frequent visits to the physician
  • Insomnia
  • Headaches
  • Loss of libido
  • Anger and irritability
  • Anxiety or depression

Pinpointing the physical aspects of chronic pain symptoms can be challenging from both a medical and legal perspective, as insurance companies require detailed evidence of your chronic pain condition. Our lawyers care about getting you on the road to recovery and securing the maximum compensation you’re entitled to. That’s why our lawyers insist on expert analysis from medical professionals to diagnose your symptoms and to make sure that you are properly taken care of medically and financially, as often times people are really suffering and are unable to return to work or return to a quality of life they once had. People who are suffering like this need maximum compensation for chronic pain.


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If you’ve been injured in an accident, please contact us free of charge to discuss how we can help you get the compensation and care you need to enjoy a comfortable quality of life.

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Living in chronic pain changes your life.

Chronic pain is very complex and unique as to how individuals perceive, respond to, and manage their pain symptoms. Everyone is different and the way one person manages and lives with their pain may be very different than how another person manages their pain. Often, chronic pain can leave people in social isolation, with psychological shifts, difficulties at work, and an overall impact of how one views themselves and their relationships with family and friends.  Our personal injury team understands the pain you are suffering and is here to help support you through these very difficult times, help get you the support you need, and receive the maximum compensation for your chronic pain.

Let us help you with your chronic pain compensation.  Contact us for a free consultation.

If your life has been altered because of chronic pain or fatigue, please contact us free of charge to discuss how we can help you get the compensation and care you need to enjoy a comfortable quality of life.

We understand, we care and we’re here to help and our track record proves it.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Seeking compensation for pain and suffering can be tricky. The amount of compensation will vary in each accident case. Our injury lawyers have the resources and experience to evaluate your case and determine what the maximum compensation for pain and suffering would be. It’s always best to consult a personal injury lawyer and with us, it’s free.

Chronic pain is a very disabling condition and considered to be pain that is not healing within the expected timeframe.

Every individual accident case is different and chronic pain can sometimes be obvious within 3 months of an accident. Typically, by 6 months, most people suffering from chronic pain will have ways to help manage their chronic pain but know it isn’t going away. There isn't a cure for chronic pain, but the condition can be managed successfully

The severity of the injury is an important factor in determining maximum compensation for a pain and suffering settlement.

We are lawyers who understand, who care, who are here to help… and our track record proves it.
We can’t change the past but we can help change your future.