Chronic Pain Injury Lawyers
Pain is part of almost every motor vehicle accident. When it doesn’t heal on its own, it can affect every part of your life, and make everything, including further healing, more difficult.
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- What Is chronic pain?
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What Is chronic pain?
Unfortunately, chronic pain can be difficult both to describe and diagnose. Different doctors have different definitions for what “chronic pain” means, having to do with how long your pain takes to resolve itself and how much it affects your life. When you come in, we will talk about the different ways the court may treat your chronic pain injury claim, depending on whether it has healed and how extensive it is. If you have questions about chronic pain compensation amounts, we can help provide answers.
As part of getting you chronic pain compensation, our lawyers will:
- Prove your chronic pain: There are no X-rays that can show pain itself, but many conditions are known to be very painful. Particularly if you have suffered from spinal cord injury, whiplash and neck injury or soft tissue injury, we will tie your injuries to the pain you are suffering.
- Show the costs associated with it: Pain, especially chronic pain, can make it difficult to do just about everything. We will show that your pain can make it difficult to concentrate, move, lift things, work for extended periods of time, or take care of yourself and your family.
- Prove that it was caused by the accident: Unfortunately, sometimes it’s not easy to show that your pain is connected to the injury, especially if you had health problems before the accident. It can also complicate matters if the pain doesn’t really set in until some time after the accident, which is common with soft tissue injuries. We will work with your medical and rehabilitation specialists to show that the pain is injury-related or that any previous discomfort was made worse by the accident.
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Linley Welwood’s personal injury lawyers will help you get the maximum compensation amount for chronic pain injuries that don’t heal.
Let our chronic pain injury claim lawyers get you the accident compensation you need. Call our Abbotsford law office at 604-850-6640 or email us to come in and talk to us at no obligation.
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