CRPS-Devastating, Chronic Job Injury Pain That Needs a Relentless Workers Compensation Attorney
Unlike obvious workplace accident injuries, such as broken bones, burns, lacerations or scrapes, many occupational diseases and on-the-job injuries are difficult to prove. The agonizing condition known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)- also referred to as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)-is this type of job-related injury. CRPS is an incurable neurological disorder causing chronic pain through nerve impulses going to specific areas of the body. A worker who has suffered a trauma or injury, such as broken bones, burns or heavy lifting injuries, can eventually develop work-related Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.
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CRPS symptoms include constant aching and/or acute pain, affecting the skin, bones, joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons. CRPS can be caused by any number of common workplace injuries, including work-related car accidents, chronic repetitive stress injuries, slip and falls at work and construction site accidents. With 30 years of Workmans Compensation law experience, we've seen many CRPS cases and know how common it is for CRPS afflicted workers to have their Work Comp application denied. We care about CRPS victims and work hard to help them recover restitution, and we will help defend your job injury claim too!
If you have job-related CRPS, you may be unable to return to work because of it and might need long-term disability assistance such as ongoing physical therapy. Your quality of life has been impacted, as well as your ability to support dependents if you are the breadwinner in the family. Don't suffer alone. We understand your anguish and the agonizing pain you are in-and we can help. Call the Rhode Island and Massachusetts Law Offices of Deborah G. Kohl at (508)677-4900 or contact us online for a free case evaluation today. We help job injury CRPS victims from Providence to Fall River to New Bedford to Boston, every conversation is confidential and there is no obligation. Best of all, you pay nothing until you win your CRPS case!