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- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Compensation Claims Information
- What is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)?
- What are the Symptoms of CRPS?
- Can I Claim for CRPS Compensation After Suffering an Injury at Work?
- Why Choose Tylers Solicitors for My CRPS Compensation Claim?
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Compensation Claims Amounts
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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Compensation Claims Information
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a serious, long-term condition which can have a major impact on your life. This pain disorder can be a permanent condition you are left with following any kind of injury. If you’ve suffered any kind of pain disorder, including Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Tylers Solicitors is here for you. Our legal team can provide Complex Regional Pain Syndrome compensation claims across the UK.
Over the years, Tylers Solicitors has helped people from all walks of life to get the compensation they need to move on with their lives. If you’ve looking to claim CRPS compensation, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tylers’ experienced team today. We can provide a full range of no-win, no-fee legal services to suit your needs. For pain disorders and CRPS compensation claims in the UK, call Tylers Solicitors!
What is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)?
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is a condition you can develop following any injury which has affected your nervous system. It can occur anywhere the body but is most common in your limbs. If you’ve suffered any physical injury which has left you with a long-term pain disorder, such as CRPS, we are here for you. Tylers Solicitors can help you to make no-win, no-fee legal claims against the person or company responsible. In most cases, you’ll be able to claim for CRPS in addition to the injury itself.
What are the Symptoms of CRPS?
A pain disorder, such as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, is caused by nerve damage. This nerve damage can leave you in severe, constant or prolonged pain. This pain can often feel like pins and needles, or as though the affected area is constantly under pressure. It is possible that this pain can spread to affect the entire limb, no matter where the original injury was located. There have been instances where nerve damage to a toe, for example, has caused CRPS to develop in the entire foot or leg.
Can I Claim for CRPS Compensation After Suffering an Injury at Work?
If you’ve suffered an injury at work, no matter how minor, which has led to the development of pain disorders, we are here for you. You will be able to claim against your workplace for the original injury, in addition to the development of CRPS. So long as the original injury wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to claim compensation. If you’re looking to claim Complex Regional Pain Syndrome compensation following an injury at work, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.
Why Choose Tylers Solicitors for My CRPS Compensation Claim?
Tylers Solicitors is one of the UK’s leading providers of pain disorder compensation claims. If you’ve suffered CRPS following any kind of injury that wasn’t your fault, we are here for you. Over the years, we’ve helped hundreds of people to claim the compensation they need to move on with their lives. Our nationwide legal service can help you to get the compensation you need as quickly as possible. For more information, or to see if you’re eligible to claim for CRPS, call Tylers Solicitors today!
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Compensation Claims Amounts
As with any kind of injury, illness or long-term condition, the amount of compensation you could claim depends on the severity of your condition. The more serious your injuries, the more compensation you could be able to claim. Long-term and life-altering conditions, for example, are worth significantly more than short-term injuries. If you’ve been unfortunate enough to suffer a long-term pain disorder following any kind of injury, we are here for you.
Curious about how much compensation your pain disorder or Complex Regional Pain Syndrome claim could be worth? Use our simple CRPS compensation calculator below or get in touch with Tylers Solicitors’ experienced team today!
Moderate Pain Disorder Compensation Amounts
|A moderate pain disorder may be agonising for a short period of time, before a full recovery is made. Moderate pain disorders may include only occasional or temporary symptoms, allowing you to get through most of the day in peace. While these pain disorders are still serious conditions, they can be much more serious. To claim moderate pain disorder compensation, call Tylers Solicitors today.|
|Up to £33,750|
Severe Pain Disorders Compensation Amounts
|Despite treatment, a severe pain disorder will include constant pain which may or may not be manageable with painkillers. In most cases, a serious pain disorder will prevent you from being able to work or socialise in many situations. You may even require minor care or assistance in everyday life.|
|£33,590 to £55,240|
Moderate CRPS Compensation Amounts
|While all CRPS conditions are still agonising, if there is the presumption of recovery, they are classified as moderate. Moderate Complex Regional Pain Syndrome conditions vary in the level and frequency of pain. However, there is the chance that you may be able to make a full or partial recovery from the condition over time.|
|£22,340 to £46,040|
Severe CRPS Compensation Amounts
|Severe Complex Regional Pain Syndrome conditions are those in which there is no expectation of recovery. These CRPS conditions can prevent you from being able to work and socialise. You may be left in permanent pain or with occasional bouts of pain which can leave you bedridden. You may be required to take painkillers for the rest of your life to manage the symptoms, which no expectation of recovering from the condition.|
|£41,860 to £73,670|
Frequently Asked Questions
What Factors Are Considered When Calculating CRPS Compensation Amounts?
There are many factors which can impact the amount your Complex Regional Pain Syndrome condition is worth. For example, the age you were when you suffered the injury, in addition to its location on your body. If your CRPS condition has spread to affect an entire limb, for example, it will be worth more than if it was confined to a small area. If you’re curious about how much CRPS compensation you could claim, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today.
Does Tylers Solicitors Offer No-Win, No-Fee Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Compensation Claims?
Tylers Solicitors is proud to offer complete no-win, no-fee CRPS compensation claims. Thanks to our no-win, no-fee legal service, you’ll be able to get the compensation you need to move on with your life. You won’t be required to pay our legal team a penny, meaning you can start your CRPS compensation claim today! What’s more, all our legal costs will be recovered from the final settlement, so if you don’t win, you don’t need to pay us at all!
How Long Do I Have to Begin My CRPS Injury Compensation Claim?
You have up to three years after the initial injury to claim for compensation. You will be able to claim for CRPS compensation as part of your initial injury claim. This nerve damage pain disorder is usually caused by a specific injury, so you’ll claim against the person or company that caused your injury. In some cases, if your pain disorder has been misdiagnosed or negligently treated, you may be able to claim against your healthcare provider.
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Tylers Solicitors Accepts Nationwide CRPS Injury Compensation Claims
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we provide no-win, no-fee Complex Regional Pain Syndrome compensation claims. If you’re looking to claim for any kind of pain disorder compensation, get in touch with Tylers’ legal team today!
For more information, or to start your pain disorder claim today, call Tylers Solicitors today on 0800 699 0079. If you prefer, you can also use our simple online contact form. Our friendly, no-win, no-fee legal team will get back to you as soon as we can.