If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), then you know how devastating and life-changing this condition can be. CRPS causes severe chronic pain. In some cases, the skin in the affected area is so sensitive that a temperature change or slight touch can elicit intense and debilitating pain. Some individuals experience such intensified pain because their original injury caused damage to the central nervous system, while others do not have a confirmed nerve injury.
Doctors recognize that most cases of CRPS are the result of the body reacting abnormally to a normal injury, but the exact causes of the condition are still not fully understood. Because this condition is so complex, sufferers are often referred to expensive specialists and multiple professionals. CRPS typically develops within a month of the original injury, so it’s important to recognize the early signs of this condition like spreading pain, increased sensitivity, changes in skin color and severe pain. If you plan to pursue a personal injury case, then it’s crucial to enlist the help of an attorney knowledgeable about this debilitating condition and its effects on those diagnosed.
Experienced attorney Mark A. Smith specializes in catastrophic injury cases including car crashes, slip and fall cases and tractor trailer crashes . His compassion for his clients and drive to pursue justice makes him the perfect partner in fighting for your full financial recovery. As your loyal advocate, attorney Mark A. Smith will take a personal interest in both your case and overall recovery.
Let’s work together to determine the best course of action in pursuing your righteously deserved compensation. If you or a loved one is suffering from complex regional pain syndrome, then call my law office today to start working on your case. We can be reached at 412-567-9598 or by filling out our online contact form.
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