Many people assume that following an accident, any resulting pain and suffering will eventually subside after a reasonable healing period. Broken bones, lacerations, and bruises may heal, but in some cases, pain will continue for many more months or even years. Chronic pain is the continued existence of discomfort and can be caused by many types of accidents.
If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident because of the reckless actions of another, there may be compensation available to you for your suffering. Those that are experiencing chronic pain as a result of their injuries should talk to a doctor about the cost of treatment and what they can do to get support during this time.
The Michigan chronic pain lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C., are dedicated to helping accident victims pursue financial support to cover their resulting medical bills while they manage their chronic pain, so contact our offices at (866) 644-6587 to learn more about what we may be able to do to help you.
Causes of Chronic Pain
Chronic pain can develop as a result of many different kinds of accidents and injuries. The most common causes of injuries that may lead to chronic pain are:
These and other accidents can cause victims to experience serious side effects and may require years of treatment.
Specific Examples of Chronic Pain
Individuals may experience chronic pain as a result of countless types of injuries and illnesses. The most common examples of injuries that may cause chronic pain include:
- Herniated discs
- Nerve damage
- Muscle pain
- Joint damage
Back and neck injuries are among the most common sources of chronic pain. Those that experience injuries such as herniated discs or spinal injuries may suffer from this type of discomfort for years. Fortunately, there are legal professionals that can help you pursue the financial compensation you need to pay for necessary medical treatment.
The Detroit herniated disc attorneys of Ravid & Associates, P.C., are prepared to help you fight for the compensation you need after an accident. Contact our offices at (866) 644-6587 to schedule a time to meet with a knowledgeable member of our team.