Attorney Discusses CRPS Workers Compensation Lawsuits

Attorney Discusses CRPS Workers Compensation Lawsuits

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) otherwise known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy is a chronic physical disability effecting tens of thousands of individual each year. CRPS can affect any part of the body but usually the arms and legs of victims.

Attorney Assistance: Our law firm is proud to offer it legal services to individuals who have suffered from CRPS due to a workplace accident or repetitive workplace injuries. Our goal is to see to it that justice is preserved and full compensation for injured victims of serious workplace injuries via workers compensation is obtained.

Proving Your Case in the Court Law

According to numerous studies CRPS can take place as a delayed medical complication of work related activities and the failure to provide proper treatment and care. A case predicated on a causal connection between CRPS and workplace activity can be difficult to prove. A series of elements must be proven. A comprehensive list of elements of a workplace injury case pertaining to the development of CRPS is provided below.

  1. Exposure to environment or activity which substantially increases the prevalence of CRPS
  2. Medical diagnosis of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) otherwise known as Reflex Sympathetic
  3. Proven scientific evidence establishing showing a probable link between the activity and development of CRPS

Causes and Risk Factors Associated With Developing CRPS

The physiological and biological forces within the body resulting in the development of CRPS are not completely understood by scientists. However several risk factors have been shown in various studies. They include

  • Repeated injury or strain to a specific part of the body
  • Prolonged healing time and immobilization due to an injury including bone fracture and soft tissue injuries.
  • Nerve damage
  • Tobacco Use

Some of the Most Common Symptoms of CRPS are as Follows:

  • Mobility loss
  • Burning or shooting pain particularity in the arms, legs, and feet.
  • Fluctuations in skin temperature
  • Drastic unexpected alterations in skin color and texture, nails and hair
  • Disproportionate amount of pain
  •  Healing when compared to the type or severity of the injury

Legal Justice – Contact our Trusted Legal Team

Our attorneys are dedicated to the pursuit of justice for victims of workplace injuries including those who suffer from the debilitating effects of CRPS. For more information regarding your right to file a workers compensation claim contact our law firm toll free (855)385-2529. All consultations are free of charge and completely confidential.

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Im currently going through a workers comp settlement. And i would like to be represented by an atattorney who has worked on cases like mine. I had 2500 pounds smash my foot at work and got diagnosed with crps. Im in constant pain, i barely get any sleep. Im physically and mentally drained. I got a letter saying i am gonna meet up with the insurance company next month. I feel like my attorney isnt putting much effort into fighting for my case. I would like to be represented by a firm experienced crps cases.

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This is regarding a workers comp case. I was injured on my job and had to have acl and medial meniscus surgery. Well due to the surgery, I devolped crps in my left leg. I’m having chronic nerve pain and would like for justice to be served.

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