Calgary Lawyer For Chronic Pain Claims
After an accident, a certain amount of pain during the recovery period is to be expected. If the pain does not go away over time, it can lead to a variety of complications. In some cases, the chronic pain becomes so debilitating that it impairs the victim’s ability to function. Many of the injuries that lead to chronic pain occur in accidents that happened because of the negligence of another person.
The victims in these cases have the right to seek compensation from the responsible parties. Proving negligence can be difficult in these cases, and it is important that you have strong representation from a Calgary chronic pain claim lawyer with the ability to protect your interests. At Kubitz Law, we represent clients living with chronic pain associated with an accident injury.
Representing Victims Living With Chronic Pain
Chronic pain can come in many different forms following a serious injury. In many cases, however, the insurance company will attempt to dismiss the pain as being associated with something other than your accident. When you choose our firm to represent you in your chronic pain claim, we will present the strongest case available to show that your condition came about as a direct result of the accident.
We work with medical experts, psychologists, occupational therapists and economists to understand the impact your condition will have on you over the short and long term, the costs associated with your care and your ability to earn a living in the future. We will pursue full compensation for all your needs as well as any current or future losses that may arise as a result of your condition.
We have represented clients in claims involving a broad range of chronic pain conditions, including:
- Chronic neck or back pain, including pain associated with a disc injury
- Chronic pain resulting from a knee, shoulder, elbow, hip or other joint injury
- Chronic depression
- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
- Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
- Diffuse regional pain syndrome
Contact Kubitz Law To Discuss Your Case
Contact our Calgary, Alberta, office to discuss your chronic pain claim with a lawyer. We offer a free initial consultation to all new clients. We are available for home and hospital visits for clients who are unable to travel to our office. You can reach us by phone at 403-250-7100 or via email to schedule an appointment.
Most cases we accept are handled on a contingency fee basis. You will not pay a fee unless we obtain compensation for you.