Work Injuries Involving Chronic Pain, CRPS Or RSD

Not all workplace injuries are caused by dramatic falls or accidents. Some are the result from years of repetitive motion or a workplace that is not ergonomically suited to their body. This can cause serious and chronic pain that may linger far into the future and requires significant medical treatment.

These types of cases can be difficult to obtain the workers' compensation claims you deserve as tracing the pain back to your workplace can be complex, requiring detailed medical reporting. At Parisi & Gerlanc Attorneys At Law, we have the medical backgrounds needed to show the correlation between your work environment and the pain you suffer from. Our lawyers work with employees throughout Hackensack and Passaic County.

If you are suffering from chronic pain that you believe to be related to your work environment or an injury you suffered on the job in the past, please schedule a free initial consultation with our New Jersey law firm by calling 551-587-8915.

Injury Claims And Work Injuries Involving Chronic Pain, CRPS Or RSD

Our attorneys and staff will take the time to carefully listen to your symptoms and review your medical documentation of the pain. We will look at any diagnosis you may have. If there are clues or gaps, we can help you find the medical opinions and diagnostics needed to show that it was caused by your job.

Conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome and other joint or back ailments are often easily shown to be caused by your job duties. Other forms of chronic pain, including those involving the nervous system, may not be so obvious. We are highly knowledgeable of these causes and can identify the symptoms and begin the process of getting you benefits to cover the treatment you need.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, this is a rare but serious form of chronic pain resulting from nerve damage that generally affects appendages, such as arms or legs. The cause is usually linked to an injury that occurred previously. If a doctor has given you this diagnosis and you have reason to believe that it is linked to a workplace injury or repetitive stress in your job, we can help. Our attorneys and staff have the medical background needed to help trace your pain back to its source and demonstrate that you are eligible for workers' compensation.

This can be difficult as the cause for CRPS is not commonly understood, and insurance companies often push back against such claims. You need our skill and medical understanding on your side to ensure that you are provided the workers' compensation benefits you are entitled to.