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CRPS Lawyers in California – Dial (800) 900-0863 Today!

When you suffer a personal injury – even one that you consider to be slight or non-debilitating – you can probably expect that the worst of the pain will come first. There is a condition, however, that makes victims of injuries experience pain in an unfamiliar, shocking way, as it seems to worsen over time, even after the wound heals completely.

Why clients choose Caputo and Van Der Walde – Injury & Accident Attorneys:

Our San Jose CRPS attorneys at Caputo and Van Der Walde – Injury & Accident Attorneys recognize that CRPS is a very real problem for people all across the country. The sensation of worsening, chronic pain around the site of an old injury can become completely debilitating, preventing you from performing workplace and day-to-day functions.

If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence and now are feeling symptoms of CRPS, please do not hesitate to contact our firm and tell us about your situation.

We’re ready to hear from you. To speak with an experienced injury lawyer today, call us at (800) 900-0863.

What is CRPS?

Known as complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) or reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) syndrome, this condition is estimated to affect around 200,000 people in the United States every year. And yet, research on the subject is somewhat limited and some medical professionals actually discount it as a form of hypochondria.

Symptoms and Treatments for CRPS

Although we all know what pain feels like, it can be incredibly difficult to describe a specific type or source of pain to another person. Perhaps this paradoxical vagueness is what makes it troublesome for people suffering from RSD or CRPS to get their physician to recognize their condition as a real, ongoing problem.

People with CRPS often describe symptoms similar to or including:

  • Burning sensation
  • High sensitivity to touch
  • Change in wound color
  • Muscle or bone mass loss
  • Disability of joint or extremity
  • Near-predictable cycle of pain
  • Hair loss at the area
  • Emotional distress

We Work Tirelessly to Seek Justice on Your Behalf

What frustrates our legal team is hearing that people are not getting the treatment they need because such treatment does exist. Whether medical professionals want to accept your CRPS as real or not, there are options available that could help you find both immediate and long-term relief. The downside is that many of these treatments are extensive and expensive. To protect yourself and your finances from high costs, you may have to hold the person who caused your injury accountable through litigation.

Treatments that may help you with CRPS include:

  • Prescription medication regimens
  • Temperature therapy and rehabilitation
  • Physical therapy sessions
  • Neurology diagnoses and treatments

San Jose Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Lawyers Awaiting Your Call

Do you believe you know the accident that caused your injury, which has since worsened to CRPS? Could it be that some form of medical malpractice, such as a surgical or prescription error, is causing your chronic pain? Whatever the source of your suffering, we want you to know that you can come to our team for the support and fair treatment that you deserve. It is an honor for us to fight on your behalf for whatever financial compensation you deserve.

To learn more about your case, contact our team today and request a complimentary initial consultation.