Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Lawyers
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), formally referred to as reflex sympathetic dystrophy, is a medical condition where you will feel intense and chronic pain in a part of your body. Most people affected by complex regional pain syndrome have been in a serious accident and suffered an injury to the nerve. If you have developed complex regional pain syndrome after an accident due to someone else’s negligence, then contact TSR Injury Law Firm today!
TSr Injury Law Firm is an experienced personal injury law firm in Minnesota. Although we do not have the treatment you need to relieve the pain, we can help you relieve some of the financial burden you are under. Contact leading personal injury law firm TSR Injury Law today at 612-TSR-TIME.
Complex Regional Pain Lawsuits
Complex regional pain syndrome is usually felt in the arms or legs after damage to the nerve. However, even though the pain is centred on the nerve, it can still cause problems to other areas of the body, including the blood vessels, the muscles, the bones, and the skin. CRPS can occur after any type of serious or even minor injury directly to the nerve including:
- motor vehicle accidents, such as car accidents or truck accidents;
- slip and fall incidents;
- electrical shock injuries;
- workplace injuries;
- animal attacks; and
- premise liability instances.
Symptoms of Complex Regional Pain
The main symptom is CRPS is an intense pain. This may feel like a dull ache or an intense burning. Associated symptoms include:
- pain that continues to get worse rather than better;
- constant or chronic pain;
- pain that moves throughout the body;
- muscle spasms;
- blotchy, purple, or red skin; and
- stiffness and weakness in the muscles.
Living with CRPS
Living with complex regional pain syndrome can limit your mobility and negatively impact your entire life. Little things you once took for granted, such as going for a walk, may now be impossible. You may be plagued with pain all the time. You may not be able to work, socialize with friends, enjoy family activities, or, at times, even leave the bed. This can lead to other serious conditions, such as depression.
While there is no cure for CRPS, there are some treatment methods available including therapy, spinal cord stimulators, injections and surgery; all of which come with hefty medical bills and recovery times. If you have suffered from an accident and are now experiencing CRPS, then you may be unable to work or to afford this treatment.
CRPS Injury Lawsuit
At TSR Injury Law Firm, we work with victims of negligence on the road, at work, at home or in public, and can help you gain financial freedom to move on with treatment, recovery, and your life. If someone else is at fault for your accident — whether it is your place of work, or by a manufacturer or an irresponsible driver, TSR Injury Law can help you obtain financial compensation for your pain and suffering.
For further inquiries about filing a personal injury lawsuit, feel free to call TSR Injury Law at 612-TSR-TIME or send an email by clicking on this link: contact us.