Selecting the right CRPS solicitor that you can trust to act on your behalf is important for your case. To make sure you make the right choice, discover useful tips on our blog.
Suffering from complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is debilitating and painful for many patients. In some cases, CRPS may have developed as a result of an accident or injury, meaning that sufferers can claim for compensation through qualified CRPS solicitor firms. How can you make sure that you choose the right CRPS lawyer to act on your behalf? Read our blog to find out.
First of all, it’s important to make sure that your chosen solicitor is experienced in handling CRPS compensation claims as they can be particularly complex; sometimes, it can be difficult to prove that CRPS has developed as a result of an accident or injury. With this being said, if your lawyer has enough experience, handling CRPS cases will be something they’re used to and they will know what material they need to be able to fight your corner, including medical documents.
In addition, it’s crucial that your CRPS lawyer understands your case and empathises with you. Although they may never understand the pain and discomfort you’re going through, it’s imperative that they try to. At Brian Barr, our team of experts take pride in their friendly, warm approach, helping clients to receive the compensation they’re owed with expert advice and support. Plus, if your solicitor doesn’t fully understand what you’re going through, they could encourage you to settle for too little, leaving you without the full compensation you’re owed.
It may sound obvious but before making a final decision, you should take some time out to take a look at your potential solicitor’s website, specifically their case studies and/ or blog. Have they handled CRPS cases in the past? Were they successful? What do their previous clients have to say? If they’re knowledgeable in handling CRPS claims, they should have useful information in the form of CRPS blog posts, as well as good reviews, on their website. If you can’t find the answers to your questions, feel free give them a call to discuss further. This way, you’ll be able to gage how sincere they are and whether or not they’ve been successful in previous CRPS compensation cases.
For some, covering the cost a claim can be daunting, however it needn’t be; many solicitor firms have a plethora of funding options to help you cover the cost of your compensation claim. At Brian Barr, we can often act on a ‘no win no fee’ agreement, meaning that you don’t have to pay a penny if we’re unsuccessful with your case.
If you want to find out more about our services as qualified CRPS lawyers or want to know if you have a claim, feel free to get in touch with our expert team by calling 0808 123 0003 or filling in our contact form.
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