Have you sustained complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) or reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) after a car accident? Although it is an uncommon condition and is not easily diagnosed, it is important to speak with a Woodbridge personal injury attorney if you have been diagnosed.
At Palmisano & Goodman, P.A., we are known throughout the state of New Jersey for our success and ability to recover full and fair compensation for our clients. A crucial component of our success is our close attention to the proper medical diagnosis and treatment of our clients' injuries.
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) are medical terms for a condition characterized by intense pain that is out of proportion to the severity of the initial trauma. The symptoms of CRPS/RSD can spread from one limb or body part to another without any new injury or trauma. These conditions are most common after a car accident or other type of serious physical trauma.
The exact medical cause of CRPS/RSD and the spread of CRPS/RSD symptoms are still unknown and unfortunately many people suffering from this condition do not receive proper medical treatment until their symptoms have already progressed and worsened over time. Our firm has represented cases where we have linked car accidents caused by negligence to symptoms of CPRS and RSD.
We consider the possibility of CRPS or RSD whenever one of our clients complains of disproportionately severe pain that lasts considerably longer than expected given the nature of the initial trauma. Our extensive experience with CRPS/RSD can aid you in obtaining appropriate compensation for the medical treatment for your symptoms. You can rest assured that we understand the pain and frustration you are enduring on a daily basis, and we are committed to providing you with compassionate representation.
To learn how our experience and attention to detail can help you,
contact us at (732) 709-4400 for a free consultation with a Woodbridge injury lawyer.