F irst of all, complex regional pain syndrome is a very painful condition. As a result, if your CRPS is due to a traumatic accident, you should possibly consider legal action.
Consequently, discussing your case with our Fresno Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Lawyers is something you should consider sooner than later. A result of CRPS is the inability to work due to pain or immobility during the flare up periods.
Contact us for a free consultation to discuss your case with our Fresno Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Law Firm. Call us at (559) 840-3240 or toll free (844) FRESNO1.
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic condition causing pain. Because of this, many times it causes severe pain in either, a leg, hand, arm or ankle. It is often referred to CRPS and can develop after an injury to that part of the body.
The pain can be out of proportion to the severity of the initial trauma. Therefore, there is little explanation regarding causal aspects of this chronic condition. As a result, it is difficult to control and treat. If you have been diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, contact our Fresno CRPS Attorneys today for a free consultation.
Complex regional pain syndrome is uncommon and for that reason, it’s cause isn’t clearly understood. It used to be referred to as RSD or Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy syndrome. If you have been diagnosed with CRPS stemming from an incident or trauma, you probably need a Fresno CRPS Attorney who is familiar with this condition and certainly one that has dealt with it in the past.
Since the condition is often one that is debilitating, it is even more important to obtain full fair compensation for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Contact us and our Fresno CRPS Attorneys for a Free Consultation today (559) 840-3240 or (844) FRESNO1.
The most noteworthy and common symptoms one experiences as a result of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome are the following:
- BURNING PAIN IN AN ARM OR LEG;
- INCREASED SENSITIVITY TO TOUCH, EVEN SLIGHT;
- CHANGES IN SKIN TEMPERATURE WHICH IS LOCALIZED;
- CHANGE IN SKIN COLOR: PURPLE, RED OR PINK;
- DIFFERING SKIN TEXTURE;
- SWELLING AND/OR STIFFNESS IN AFFECTED AREA;
- MOTOR DISABILITY, LACK OF COORDINATION OR MOBILITY.