What is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome?
Physically demanding jobs that involve constant movement and heavy loads can often lead to injuries, one of which can be a rare illness known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), which was formerly known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD). The symptoms could be acute or chronic. It can be especially inconvenient if an injury or illness has pain as a symptom, which can make it impossible for you to continue working. If you contracted this rare disorder while performing your work duties, you will need the help of experienced lawyers in Orange County to help you realize your claim to the fullest.
What can you expect if you are diagnosed with RSD?
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is a disorder which affects the entire body. The first manifestation of symptoms that patients may notice is severe burning pain in their extremities. Pain is usually accompanied by increased skin sensitivity, swelling, and changes in skin temperature, texture, and color. If the disease progresses, stiffness or even complete motor disability may occur.
Support is necessary for these situations. If we take into account that you may be disabled for some time, or permanently, you must be provided with the right benefits. With our attorneys in Orange County, you will be able to receive medical treatment immediately, as well as help you receive necessary legal aid.
When you have an accident at work, our professionals are ready to fight for you
When you have to fight an illness, go to regular physical therapy, and take care of yourself more than usual, you are going to need a lot of support. Rely on our trustworthy and experienced Complex Regional Pain Syndrome lawyers to take the legal aspect of your recovery off of your backs, hands, and mind. We are ready to accept even the most difficult cases, and help you realize your legal rights with the:
- Knowledgeable first consultation regarding your case;
- Realization of benefits;
- Appropriate medical treatment;
- Getting the maximum settlement value for your case.