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Workers’ Compensation Claims For Chronic Pain

Chronic pain syndrome is a nerve disorder that often develops after a serious injury, heart attack or surgery. The disorder causes significant, persistent pain in the affected areas of the body, disrupting the victim’s life and making it significantly more difficult to perform his or her work duties.

Chronic pain syndrome goes by many names, including:

  • Complex regional pain syndrome
  • Reflexive sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
  • Shoulder-hand syndrome
  • Sudeck’s atrophy
  • Causalgia

Experienced Help With Workers’ Comp Claims

If you suffered a workplace injury and now experience chronic pain symptoms, you have a right to seek compensation. Bosch Law Firm, Ltd., can help. Our lawyer, Gerald W. Bosch, has more than 25 years of experience dealing with workers’ compensation cases in Minnesota. He will help you build a strong, effective case to pursue the highest possible compensation.

If you feel a persistent throbbing pain, a burning sensation or sensitivity to heat or cold at or around the source of an injury, it is important that you speak to a doctor as soon as possible, as early detection and intervention can improve treatment outcomes. Then, contact our firm for assistance with the next steps. From our St. Paul office, we represent clients throughout the state.

We Can Help Fight For Your Right To Workers’ Compensation. Contact Us Today.

Chronic pain syndrome is a complex health condition, and related workers’ compensation claims can be challenging. Insurance companies often fight hard against chronic pain cases; it is important that you have someone on your side who will help you fight back.

Let Gerald W. Bosch put his experience to work for you. With a comprehensive understanding of how workers’ compensation claims work in Minnesota, he knows what is necessary to put together a successful claim for chronic pain. Get answers to your questions. Contact our firm to schedule an appointment with an attorney. Please fill out our online form or call 651-243-2877. We offer free consultations to all clients.