What Is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)?
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is not a well-known condition. The causes of CRPS are poorly understood, but many workers who have experienced a serious crushing injury develop this disease. While the injured worker may be recovering in some aspects from the injury, in other ways he or she may be getting worse. This can cause insurance companies, employers and doctors to suspect the injured worker is exaggerating his or her symptoms. Even friends and families can be confused by this disease.
Our firm understands CRPS and what those who are suffering from it are going through. Common symptoms can include:
- Painful burning sensation
- Skin discoloration
- Muscle spasms
Because of their unfamiliarity with this disease, you may have a hard time finding doctors who can properly diagnose or treat you. This can, in turn, prevent you from receiving the workers’ compensation benefits you honestly deserve. We know the doctors who can help those suffering from CRPS, and we know how to build strong cases for the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve.
Let Us Help You Recover The Workers’ Compensation Benefits And Compensation You Deserve
At Ayers, Whitlow & Dressler, we are committed to helping our clients recover the workers’ compensation benefits they need. We have experience that can help you secure the accurate diagnosis of CRPS that you need while drawing a clear line between the trauma you suffered and your CRPS.
Attorney John F. Ayers III understands CRPS and how to build strong cases that help his clients secure the workers’ compensation benefits they are entitled to. Practicing law since 1986, John has more than a decade and a half of experience working with CRPS victims. Let him put that experience to work for you.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome And Social Security Disability
Complex regional pain syndrome can often overlap between workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability. SSD benefits for CRPS can be available for people who experience symptoms for more than a year. Many factors are determined when filing a disability claim, including your ability to perform normal work activities while on the job. Contact one of our lawyers to help you understand your legal options.
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Contact The Charlotte CRPS Lawyers Of Ayers, Whitlow & Dressler
If you have suffered an on-the-job injury that caused CRPS, trust your case to an attorney with a record of success. The workers’ compensation attorneys of Ayers, Whitlow & Dressler can help you effectively pursue the compensation you need. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Charlotte complex regional pain syndrome attorneys, call 704-594-4317 or contact us online.
We accept cases on a contingent fee basis. We only collect attorney fees if we obtain benefits for you.