Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

At Heintz Law, our personal injury lawyers have helped many people who found that the pain did not go away after a serious injury. These people suffer from complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), a condition that is not curable. While there is no cure, treatment is available. If this condition is the result of someone else’s negligence, our goal is to get you the compensation you need to get the best treatment possible.

Sarasota Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) Attorneys

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), previously known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD), is a chronic pain condition that is the result of a nervous system dysfunction. The cause of that dysfunction can vary dramatically from case to case, but often involves a serious trauma or injury. Victims suffer from burning pain and swelling. This condition can even lead to changes in the physical appearance of the skin.

What Caused the Chronic Pain?

Bradenton complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) attorney

CRPS could result from injuries suffered in motor vehicle accidents in Bradenton, Sarasota and the surrounding parts of Florida. However, there are cases in which seemingly minor injuries caused this life-changing condition.

We approach these kinds of personal injury cases knowing that our opponent is going to challenge us. Our opponent is going to say that the chronic pain was not the result of the act of negligence, as we allege.

As board-certified civil trial attorneys who have been handling these uniquely complex cases for more than 30 years, we know how to overcome our opposition.

Free Consultation — No Fees Or Costs Unless We Get Results

To discuss your case with a Bradenton complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) attorney, call us at 941-748-2916 or send us an e-mail. If you are unable to come to us, we can come to you.

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