Last year, our hard work and dedication helped us to secure an exceptional success rate, resulting in 92% of our cases having successfully claimed compensation.
Compensation claims involving chronic pain syndrome are notoriously difficult. Fibromyalgia, CRPS, and chronic fatigue syndrome are examples of ‘invisible illnesses’, which we specialise in. As these conditions do not always show physical symptoms, some cynics find chronic pain extremely difficult to understand – and believe.
Proving that someone has a chronic condition to support a claim for compensation is tough. It requires a lot of investigative work and patience, as well as the expert opinion of a GP or medical professional. Our experience of handling compensation claims for chronic pain sufferers across England and Wales has equipped us with all of the skills we need to handle these complex claims carefully and perfectly. That is what makes us the best.
At Brian Barr Solicitors, we do not discriminate. We know that chronic pain is real and happening right now. We also know that it can be caused by an injury or traumatic experience, such as a car accident. So, when potential claimants come to us with their stories, we do not turn them away; instead, we sit down with them to understand their story and help them to determine whether or not they have a strong enough case to make a claim.
If they do, then we represent them from start to finish to earn as much compensation as we possibly can to make their lives better, although we know it will never be enough to make their chronic pain go away forever.
It is this hard work and dedication to our clients that has allowed us to achieve an impressive 92% success rate in 2018. We are now looking forward to continuing the successful streak in 2019, helping those who need us the most in their time of need.
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