Chronic Pain Diseases

People suffer from chronic pain diseases for various reasons, including sudden trauma or being involved in a serious accident. Such is the seriousness of this type of disease that it can be truly devastating to a person's life, not to mention the lives of their family and friends. If you suffer from a chronic pain disease and the medical assistance you have received has failed to improve your situation, or has served to make it worse, you could be entitled to claim compensation.

Make your claim with us today by either calling 0161 928 3848 or by completing our online enquiry form.

Types of chronic pain

Because diagnosis of chronic pain is not always straightforward, it can be difficult for the individual to realise just what it is they are suffering from. Likewise, it is not always easy for a medical professional to make a correct diagnosis. However, there are certain types of chronic pain that are more common than others. These include:

  • Chronic pain syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Myofascial pain
  • Complex regional pain syndrome

Because it can be a confusing area for patients and professionals alike, there is a risk that your chronic pain disease will either not be detected at all, or be diagnosed incorrectly. It is therefore important you have access to an experienced legal team to help you get any compensation to which you are entitled.

How we can help you

Our friendly and professional team is well-versed in helping those who suffer from chronic pain to get the compensation they deserve. We can provide the guidance you need to help you through this difficult time, not only assisting you from a financial perspective, but also ensuring you are given the best chance possible to successfully treat your disease.

Contact us today

If you feel we could be of help to you, do not delay in getting in touch. Simply call us up on 0161 928 3848, or fill in the online enquiry form on this page and a member of the team will get back to you to discuss your situation.

With offices located in Altrincham, Manchester and Heywood, and excellent surrounding transport networks, we can be accessed from anywhere across the UK.