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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

If Complex Regional Pain Syndrome has affected you or your family, you already know how serious it can be. CRPS produces a severe burning or tingling sensation that can travel throughout the body. Sufferers may also experience changes in skin texture, sweating patterns, and joint and muscle problems, among other symptoms. In some cases, CRPS ultimately goes away; in others, it can last a lifetime.

In the vast majority of cases, CRPS is caused by injury or trauma that damages the nervous system. The causes of these injuries can vary widely. Someone might develop CRPS after a workplace accident, animal attack, car accident, or other cause.

Your CRPS might be the result of someone else’s negligence. If you slipped and fell due to someone’s careless property management, for example, that person might be responsible for the CRPS you developed afterwards.

Your Options

As CRPS sufferers and their families know, treatment can often be expensive. You may require physical or emotional therapy, medication or surgery, or rehabilitative treatment. If your CRPS is severe, you may also have had to take time off from work. As a result, rising medical bills and missed wages may be a significant cause of stress.

Fortunately, an experienced attorney can help. If your CRPS was the result of an injury caused by someone else’s carelessness, you may be entitled to a financial settlement. An attorney will listen to your case and help you understand your options. This may include compensation for your medical costs, missed wages, and emotional distress.

Contact O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble Today

At O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble, we believe in holding people accountable when their mistakes hurt others. If you are suffering from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, you deserve to understand your options. You deserve an attorney who can help you achieve the best possible result. Our experienced team has decades of experience helping people fight for justice.

Contact the attorneys of O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble today to discuss your injuries and potential negotiations. Contact us online or call at 1-908-282-3814 or 1-800-586-5817.