Chronic Pain & Disability Lawyers
What Is Chronic Pain?
Chronic pain does not refer to a specific type of damage but rather a symptom of the injury. It can include chronic headaches and migraines and is sometimes difficult to prove but its effects can be debilitating.
With chronic pain, signals of pain remain active in the nervous system which can take both a physical and emotional toll on an injured victim. Chronic pain may range from mid to severe pain and often feels like shooting or burning pain and sometimes coincides with fatigue, withdrawal and depression, among other things.
Chronic Pain In The Legal Context
Individuals with chronic pain may look fine and healthy on the outside but are often suffering in silence as they try to go about their lives. Our first priority at our firm is to help our client obtain the compensation to cover medical expenses and other economic losses.
During the litigation process, our lawyers are steadily involved with the rehabilitation process referring our clients to reputable, qualified and skilled medical professionals.
Let Us Help With Your Chronic Pain Case
The tests needed to assess chronic pain and the ongoing treatment often required to manage it can become complicated and expensive; some which are not covered by OHIP.
We will take the time to examine your case and prove that your chronic pain has significantly impacted your life and is directly related to the accident.