Chronic Pain Injury Lawyer
Written by Joseph A. Nagy, Edmonton Injury Lawyer
I am Joseph A. Nagy, an experienced chronic pain injury lawyer. My offices are located in Edmonton, and I serve clients in central and northern Alberta. My specialty is helping people injured in motor vehicle accidents. If you think you suffer from chronic pain as the result of an injury suffered in a vehicle accident, you can contact me for a free consultation meeting.
I work with a team of medical and other experts that will assist me in evaluating your chronic pain and help me get you the compensation you deserve. These personal injury experts include functional capacity experts, occupational therapists, neuropsychologists, neurologists, physiatrists, orthopedic specialists, vocational specialists, and economic loss experts. I fund the cost of these experts up front. These personal injury experts will generate opinion reports about your case and may be called to testify at your trial.
Learn more about how I use personal injury experts to help my clients.
Chronic pain can result from many different types of injuries (head injury, musculoskeletal injuries). There are various medical definitions that classify the period of time during which you need to suffer from ongoing chronic pain to qualify for compensation. Some definitions say that a three-month period of suffering qualifies as chronic. Other definitions say a six-month period qualifies as chronic.
If you suffer from chronic pain as the result of a motor vehicle accident, you need to protect yourself. I urge you to call me, Joseph A. Nagy, chronic pain injury lawyer in Edmonton to arrange a free consultation!
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Complications from chronic pain can make the pain worse. Examples include trouble sleeping, job loss, financial problems, ruminating about the pain, guilt, fear, irritability, anxiety, and depression. These problems cause stress, which worsens the pain because stress involves the nervous system. This vicious cycle is called chronic pain syndrome.
Chronic pain is measured by your ability to function. Chronic pain can affect your present or future employability and may result in permanent clinical impairment.
Find out how Joseph A. Nagy, chronic pain injury lawyer, uses personal injury experts to establish specific proof for claims for loss of future income earning capacity (LFIEC).