The Challenges Of Living With Chronic Pain
If you suffered an injury in the past and are now experiencing persistent or nagging pain that will not go away, you may be suffering from reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) or complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Falling under the broad title of chronic pain, these two disorders may make it difficult or impossible to do normal work. You may also need extensive medical treatment, including prescriptions to deal with the pain.
Living with chronic pain can be a challenge. Daily activities can turn into difficult chores and what joy you once gleaned from your hobbies may disappear. For some, chronic pain can impact their lives so much that they may experience depression or become completely debilitated by their pain, or they are forced out of their jobs and require Social Security Disability benefits just to stay financially afloat.
We Help Chronic Pain Sufferers Seek Relief
At Helton, Cody & Associates, PLLC, we know that many accidents can lead to injuries that result in chronic pain, such as:
- Motor vehicle accidents – such as car crashes, truck collisions, motorcycle accidents and collisions with pedestrians
- Accidents on another person’s property
- Dog attacks
- Work-related accidents – such as construction accidents and slips and falls
Whether chronic pain occurs because of a broken bone, a muscle injury or something more traumatic and life-changing, our attorneys know how to evaluate your case and seek compensation from a negligent party if necessary. Because attorney Lyndon R. Helton’s experience as a former insurance defense lawyer, we know how to combat the delay strategies used by insurance companies that would otherwise prevent you from obtaining the compensation you need and deserve in a timely manner.
How Our Firm Can Help You
For more than two decades, our firm, Helton, Cody & Associates, PLLC, has helped people throughout western North Carolina recover damages for their chronic pain injury. We do this by carefully investigating the facts and circumstances surrounding a client’s initial injury. We then gather evidence that demonstrates the chronic pain was a result of the injury. If necessary, we bring in experts and medical professionals to help support your claim and recover damages for your loss.