A person might sustain a variety of injuries in an automobile collision. People frequently think of certain examples, such as whiplash or head injuries. People occasionally overlook chronic pain syndrome as an example. When you're through reading to learn more about it, call The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 for a free case evaluation.
Chronic Pain Syndrome: What is it?
Chronic pain syndrome, a medical ailment, is any kind of continuous pain that lasts more than six months. It might have a large variety of physical symptoms and be difficult to identify. Physical and/or neurological problems may be the cause of the development of chronic pain syndrome.
Chronic Pain Syndrome Can Be Caused by Post-Traumatic Stress
The likelihood of acquiring chronic pain syndrome is higher than average for someone who has had post-traumatic stress. They may also experience other symptoms including difficulties sleeping or having other sleeping problems, anxiousness, or difficulty carrying out their regular day-to-day tasks.
Options for Chronic Pain Syndrome Treatment
Being incredibly challenging to cure is one of the most frustrating elements of chronic pain syndrome. Your doctor might advise that you go to physical therapy, depending on the details of your situation. To assist you in performing your job properly, they might advise occupational therapy. They might even advocate for recreation therapy. Surgery can be necessary in severe cases.
The mental component of this disease frequently necessitates the prescription of drugs like antidepressants. Additionally, doctors may advise various sleep disorder therapies as well as anti-anxiety drugs.
How to Find the Support You Need for Chronic Pain Syndrome Treatment
A personal injury lawyer might be able to assist you if you are unable to pay for the chronic pain syndrome therapies that are advised. If someone else caused the injury that led to the syndrome and they acted negligently or recklessly, they may be held accountable for your accident and the resulting damages, including medical expenses.
Even though the event happened in the past, you might still have choices. Most personal injury claims in the state of California have a two-year statute of limitations, which means you have up to two years from the accident date to make a claim. You might still have choices if it has been longer than that, but you didn't discover the damage until after more than two years had elapsed.
Call The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 to make an appointment for a free legal consultation as your next move. We can go over the information with you and assist you in choosing the best course of action. Call us right away, and we'll be glad to get started.