Do you suffer from chronic pain due to an auto accident, workplace accident, assault, medical malpractice or medication side effect? If so you may qualify for benefits and financial compensation per state laws where the accident, injury or malpractice took place. Please contact our personal injury attorneys handling chronic pain lawsuits.
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Chronic pain is different than acute pain. Acute pain comes on suddenly and is the result of an accident, injury, disease, illness or trauma of some sort. Once the underlying issue is resolved the pain typically goes away. Chronic pain on the other hand is pain that lasts for a period of time with 12 weeks being the accepted minimum to qualify as chronic pain.
While chronic pain can occur anywhere in the body the 4 most common types of chronic pain are: chronic headaches, chronic back pain, chronic joint pain and chronic nerve pain. If your chronic pain is the result of someone else’s negligence please let our accident attorneys handling chronic pain lawsuits help you.
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