You Need a CRPS Lawyer Fighting for You
Michigan and Co-Counsel Nationwide
Is it important to have an attorney who understands CRPS?
Yes. At GorenLaw, we feel strongly that especially with CRPS, a client needs an CRPS lawyer who understands just how serious, permanent and expensive CRPS syndrome is.
Many lawyers, in our experience, are too likely to treat an CRPS client like they treat an auto whiplash client – there is very little objective injury, and the client is complaining of pain. Some of our clients have come to us after becoming dissatisfied with their lawyers’ attempts to pressure them into settling for a small amount of money. What many lawyers do not realize is that CRPS is much worse than a broken arm or leg. The majority of our CRPS clients end up on permanent and total disability. The lifetime medical bills alone can be enormous. Most of our clients are financially devastated by the syndrome. CRPS syndrome can also be socially debilitating. Many of our clients find it hard to maintain a marriage, act as parents and to keep their friends while contending with severe chronic pain that many others have trouble understanding.
At GorenLaw, we have tried to help CRPS disease sufferers who do not want to take the risk of going to any personal injury attorney who does not understand how serious CRPS is. Because we have had experience helping dozens of CRPS sufferers nationwide, we understand the issues related to chronic pain in an individual’s life. We are also familiar with the best ways to discuss that pain with insurance adjusters, defense lawyers and juries. Finally, the experience of our CRPS lawyers experience helps in finding experts who are willing and able to give powerful testimony.
If after interviewing a client we decide we are able to help, then we can work on a co-counsel basis with skilled trial lawyers across the country. We seek compassionate individuals, who either have knowledge of CRPS or are willing to be educated. We work on a contingency fee basis, with clients paying a percentage of the amount of money recovered.