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Chronic pain injury claims solicitors

If you are suffering from chronic pain as a result of an accident or injury that was not your fault, Stephensons are here to help. Our experienced team of chronic pain injury solicitors understand the physical and emotional toll that chronic pain can have on your daily life. We are dedicated to helping you seek the compensation you deserve, allowing you to access the care and support necessary to manage your pain and move forward with your life. With our expertise, compassion, and commitment to justice, you can trust us to handle your chronic pain compensation claim with the utmost care and professionalism.

Contact our expert team today on 0161 696 6235 or fill in our online enquiry form.

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What is a chronic pain injury claim?

A chronic pain injury claim refers to a legal process where an individual seeks compensation for ongoing chronic pain, suffering, and other related damages resulting from an injury. It involves proving that the pain experienced is long-term and significantly impacts the individual's daily life and well-being.

How can our chronic pain injury solicitors help?

Our team of experienced chronic pain injury claims solicitors are here to support you in seeking justice and compensation for your suffering. We understand the physical, emotional, and financial strain that chronic pain can have on your life, and we always aim to secure the compensation you deserve.

With our extensive knowledge of personal injury law and medical expertise, we will handle every aspect of your case with professionalism and compassion. Whether your chronic pain stems from an accident, somebody else's negligence or an occupational hazard, we will diligently investigate the circumstances, gather evidence, and build a strong case on your behalf.

Contact our chronic pain injury claims solicitors today and let us fight for your rights and help you on your journey towards healing and recovery.

Can you get compensation for chronic pain?

Yes, it is possible to receive compensation for chronic pain in some cases. The amount and eligibility depend on various factors such as the cause of the pain, the extent of the disability it causes, and who was liable in causing the problem for you. Seeking legal advice is recommended to understand the specific requirements and processes involved.

What types of accidents can lead to chronic pain claims?

Some types of accidents that can lead to chronic pain claims include car accidents, slip and falls, workplace accidents and sports injuries. Chronic pain can arise from conditions such as whiplash, back and neck injuries, fractures, nerve damage, and soft tissue injuries.

What evidence do I need to support my chronic pain claim?

To support a chronic pain claim, you will need medical records, including your doctor's diagnosis, treatment history, prescriptions, and any imaging or test results related to the condition. Additionally, witness evidence from yourself, your friends and family members detailing the effects of the condition can strengthen your claim. Speak to a personal injury solicitor, who can assess your claim and help build your case.

How long do I have to make a chronic pain claim after an accident?

The time limit to make a chronic pain claim after an accident caused by someone else is usually three years in England and Wales, but there can be some exceptions. It is important to consult with a personal injury lawyer to understand the specific time limitations that apply in your situation.

How much compensation for chronic pain?

The amount of compensation for chronic pain can vary greatly depending on factors such as the severity and impact of the pain, medical expenses, lost wages, and any long-term effects. It is best to consult with a personal injury solicitor to assess the specific circumstances and determine an appropriate compensation amount to claim.

How long does it typically take to settle a chronic pain claim?

The time it takes to settle a chronic pain claim can vary and depends on various factors, such as the complexity of the case, the cooperation of the parties involved, the availability of evidence, and the specific legal process involved. Generally, it can take several months to several years to reach a settlement.

Is chronic pain classed as a disability?

Chronic pain can be classified as a disability if it significantly limits a person's ability to perform major life activities, such as walking, working, or caring for oneself. However, this determination is typically made on a case-by-case basis and depends on the severity and impact of the pain on an individual's daily life. A medical professional would be required to make this assessment.

Contact our chronic pain injury solicitors

If you believe you may be entitled to compensation for an accident or injury that has resulted in chronic pain, don't hesitate to contact our experienced solicitors. We specialise in assisting clients with a wide range of claims, including chronic pain claims. To discuss your case, please call us at 0161 696 6235 or fill out our convenient online enquiry form. We are here to help you receive the compensation you deserve.

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