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Chronic Pain Syndrome Compensation Claim

Chronic Pain Syndrome Compensation Claim

Any kind of chronic pain syndrome can be extremely painful and have a serious impact on your life. These health issues can cause a full range of symptoms which can require you to change your everyday routine. These long-term health problems can last for months, years or even the rest of your life. They can leave you unable to work, travel or attend social events. As such, if you’ve suffered a long-lasting pain that wasn’t your fault, get in touch with our team today.

Here at Tylers Solicitors, our team of no-win, no-fee legal experts are here to help you. We can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. We can help you to bring the person or party responsible for your injuries to justice. Although this will not alleviate your symptoms, the compensation you receive can help to make your life easier and more manageable.

With more than 10 years’ experience in all kinds of no-win, no-fee personal injury claims, we can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. We will provide a complete legal service from initial advice to complete support throughout the claim. If you do have a viable chronic pains claim, then our team will do everything that we can to help you get the compensation you are entitled to.

What is Chronic Pain Syndrome?

Chronic pains normally occur following a specific kind of acute pain. This can be caused either by an injury or a particular illness. If the pain related to this health issue lasts for longer six months, then it is considered chronic. Any kind of pain described as chronic is a long-term issue which can either be a continuation of the pain or, in some cases, secondary complications which make the original pain worse.

In the worst cases, it is possible for chronic pain to lead into a “vicious cycle”. A vicious cycle is when the chronic pain causes secondary complications. These complications will then cause the original pain to worsen, thereby increasing the severity of the secondary complication. This cycle will continue until the pain is almost unbearable and extremely difficult, or even impossible, to treat or medicate.

Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can provide a complete range of no-win, no-fee personal injury and medical negligence claims. We can help you to understand if you have a viable claim for your chronic pain. If you do, our team will do everything we can to get you the compensation you need to move on with your life.

Common Questions Regarding Chronic Pain Syndrome Claims in the UK:

How Much Compensation Could I Get for Chronic Pains Syndrome Claims in the UK?

The amount of compensation that you could receive following your long-term pain syndrome will largely depend on the severity of your symptoms. This will depend on a variety of factors, including:

  • Pain and Suffering.
  • Length of Symptoms.
  • Presence of a “Vicious Cycle”.
  • Impact on Daily Life.
  • Loss of Wages or Potential Earnings.

Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can provide a complete range of no-win, no-fee legal services to help you get the compensation you are entitled to. The money you receive will not lessen the pain you suffer from, but it will make your life much easier. You’ll be able to pay for changes to your home, transport or other concerns to improve your quality of life.

Type of Chronic, Long-Term PainDescription Amount of Compensation
Conversion DisorderConversion Disorder is a brain condition which converts psychological pain to physical pain. This can involve a wide range of symptoms, including blindness, paralysis and hearing loss.£16,000 to £47,800.
FibromyalgiaFibromyalgia is a condition which can cause widespread pain across your entire body. This issue can be caused by stress and trauma, in addition to personal injury accidents or medical negligence.£16,000 to £47,800.
Myalgic EncephalomyelitisMyalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) is also known as chronic fatigue. This condition can cause the sufferer to feel exhausted, reduced mobility and difficulty concentrating.£16,000 to £47,800.
Somatic Symptom DisorderSomatic Symptom Disorder (SSD) is a brain condition where you can suffer from pain and other problems without suffering a relevant injury.£16,000 to £47,800.
Chronic Pain SyndromeAlso known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy. This will normally affect your nervous system and will commonly focus on a single limb. These issues can last for many years and cause serious health concerns.£21,300 to £63,800.

What Causes Chronic Pain Syndrome?

Long-term pain can be caused either by illnesses or injuries. These syndromes can also be caused by bones and joints as they age. Nerve damage, injuries that fail to heal and psychological problems can all result in serious and long-term chronic pain.

What are the Symptoms of Chronic Pain Syndrome?

This health concern is characterised by the serious, long-term pain it can cause. Some of the most common symptoms of these health issues include:

  • Strange Sensations in Affected Limbs.
  • Joint Stiffness and Swelling.
  • Difficulty Sleeping (Insomnia).
  • Tremors and Muscle Spasms.
  • Fragile Bones.

Can Chronic Pains Cause Mental Symptoms?

Chronic pains can cause a range of mental and psychological issues in addition to the psychical pains. In many cases, these psychological complications can be even more devastating to your life and health than physical pain.

Can Chronic Pains Lead to Anxiety and Depression?

Chronic pains can easily lead to anxiety and depression. In fact, most patients being treated for chronic pains are treated with anti-depressants too. The constant sensation of pain can be exhausting and cause serious psychological concerns requiring regular treatment and medication.

What Conditions are Chronic Pain Syndrome Linked To?

In addition to past injuries, diseases can be an underlying cause of chronic pain. Some of the most common illnesses which can cause chronic pains can include:

  • Skin, Bone, Organ and Blood Cancers.
  • Multiple Sclerosis.
  • Stomach Ulcers.
  • AIDS and HIV.
  • Gallbladder Diseases.

How is Chronic Pain Syndrome Treated?

There are several options for the treatment of pains which are chronic. Some of these are intended as treatments, whereas others are simply management techniques. These can include:

  • Physical Therapy.
  • Regular Exercise.
  • Prescription and Non-Prescription Painkillers.
  • Surgical Procedures.

How is Physical Therapy Used to Treat Chronic Pains?

Physical therapy can help to strengthen weak muscles, in addition to removing stress and strain. Physical therapists will use limb manipulation, dry needling and mobilisation to increase the blood flow across your property, encouraging muscle strength and nervous system repair.

Can Regular Exercise Treat Chronic Pains?

Just like physical therapy can help, regular exercise and remaining active can reduce physical and psychological pains. Not only will exercise increase your strength, making you more resilient to chronic pain, but it can improve your attitude as well.

What Prescription and Non-Prescription Painkillers Are Available?

Painkillers be prescribed or non-prescribed depending on the pain’s severity. Some of the most common painkillers used are:

  • Anti-Inflammatory Drugs:
  • Muscle Relaxants and Anti-Anxiety Drugs:
  • Prescribed Painkillers:

Does Acupuncture Work for Chronic and Long-Term Pains?

Acupuncture is a treatment used to treat all kinds of muscle pain, including chronic pains. Fine needles are used to stimulate sensory nerves beneath the skin. This causes the body to release pain-relieving endorphins. This can provide short-term relief for chronic pain.

Is Surgery Available for Long-Term Pains?

Although it isn’t a common treatment, there are some surgeries which can be used to alleviate agony. The option of surgery will depend on the cause of your pains. Surgery will normally involve the installation of pain control implants to reduce discomfort.

Do Chronic Pains Count as a Disability?

Long-lasting pains can count as disabilities. Anything from reflex sympathetic dystrophy to conversion disorder can count as an example of chronic pains. If you suffer from these conditions, you may be able to claim disability benefits for the pain’s duration.

Am I Eligible to Make a Chronic Pain Syndrome Compensation Claim?

If you’ve suffered any kind of long-lasting pain syndrome that wasn’t your fault, you will be able to make a claim for compensation. So long as there is a direct link between an injury or illness and your chronic pain, you could be entitled to compensation.

Here at Tylers Solicitors, our no-win, no-fee legal experts can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. Over the years, our team have helped thousands of innocent people to get compensation following long-term injuries and pains. The amount of compensation that you receive will depend on the severity of your injuries.

Our legal specialists are here to help you get the compensation you are entitled to. If you’re looking for experienced and trustworthy solicitors, get in touch with our experienced team today.

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Choose Tylers Solicitors for No-Win, No-Fee Chronic Pain Syndrome Compensation

Here at Tylers Solicitors, our experienced team can deliver a complete range of legal services. We can help you to get the compensation that you are entitled to. If you’ve been left suffering from chronic pain as a result of an injury or illness caused by someone else, get in touch today. Our no-win, no-fee legal experts are here to help you get the compensation you are entitled to.

Chronic pain is a serious, life-altering condition which can have long-term physical and psychological impacts on your health. The compensation that the Tylers team can help you receive will not alleviate your pain, but it can make your life easier in other ways. If you are left unable to work, travel or socialise, then the money can be absolutely essential.

For more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our experienced team today. You can reach our experienced solicitors by contacting us directly on 0800 699 0079. If you prefer, you can also send any questions or concerns through our simple online contact form. Our team will do everything we can to help you get the compensation that you deserve.

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