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If you are suffering with Neuropathic Pain and you believe someone is at fault, then you should speak to the Neuropathic Pain Solicitors at Brian Barr.

Brian Barr Solicitors are a reputable UK law firm providing support to clients throughout England and Wales in their pursuit of compensation for serious injuries, chronic pain, medical negligence, and neuropathic conditions.

No Win No Fee Neuropathic Pain Claims

Our team has extensive knowledge and experience in dealing with Neuropathic Pain cases, and we understand the profound impact it can have on those suffering from it. With decades of experience in handling Neuropathic Pain Claims, we are able to build strong cases that lead to favourable outcomes with high settlement amounts.

Get in touch with our specialist team today to initiate your Neuropathic Compensation Claim, reassured that you have legal experts who understand your situation and are ready to fight for your rights.

What is Neuropathic Pain?

Neuropathic pain, also known as neuralgia or nerve pain, is caused by damage or malfunction in the somatosensory nervous system (SNS). This type of pain is triggered by lesions that change the structure and function of the somatosensory nervous system. It can cause spontaneous pain and an increase in response to both harmful and harmless stimuli.

Unlike other types of pain, neuropathic pain does not usually respond well to common painkillers like paracetamol and ibuprofen. Instead, it often requires a combination of different treatments, including medication, physical therapy, psychological counselling, and in some cases, surgery.

The affected areas are often hypersensitive to touch and described as a burning sensation. Additionally, individuals may experience ‘pins and needles’ and electric shock sensations in the affected area.

Am I Eligible for Neuropathic Pain Compensation?

Claiming for Neuropathic Pain can be a challenging task, and we understand that. With over 20 years of experience as personal injury claims solicitors, including neuropathic pain, we can simplify the claims process and provide you with clear guidance and support throughout.

To be eligible for compensation in a Neuropathic Pain Claim, you need to establish two main factors. Firstly, you must prove that your condition was triggered by a specific incident. Secondly, you must demonstrate that the incident occurred because of the negligence of a third party.

Once we have established this, we can then connect you with someone in our network of medical specialists who can assess your neuropathic injuries. This will prove a crucial piece of evidence that can impact the value of your neuropathic pain claim.

In order to pursue Neuropathic Pain Claims, it is necessary to establish that the person or entity responsible for your condition had a duty of care towards you. This could be a medical professional, employer, service provider, or anyone who had a reasonable obligation to ensure that you were not exposed to any harm.

If you meet both of these conditions, you may be eligible to receive compensation for neuropathic pain. Our Neuropathic Pain Solicitors can assist you in gathering and organising evidence to build a strong case and increase your settlement amount.

How Brian Barr Solicitors Can Help?

When seeking compensation for neuropathic pain, it is important to have the support of specialised solicitors. Our team has a deep understanding of the condition and its impacts on sufferers, enabling us to provide effective and straightforward legal advice.

Additionally, we can connect you with a network of medical specialists who can conduct a comprehensive assessment and produce a medical report. This report can prove to be crucial evidence in neuropathic pain claims.

At Brian Barr, we are a renowned law firm in the UK that specialises in neuropathic pain and other personal injury claims. Our team comprises experienced professionals who have been pursuing compensation claims for neuropathic pain for several decades. We have a track record of achieving higher compensation payouts for our clients across the UK as compared to other firms.

Get in touch with us today if you have suffered from neuropathic pain and believe you may be entitled to compensation.

What is the Claims Process for Neuropathic Pain Compensation?

The claims process for a Neuropathic Pain Compensation is similar to any other personal injury claim and we have decades of experience assisting clients claim compensation for neuropathic pain and other personal injury claims. However, the typical process of a Neuropathic Pain Claim will go through the following steps:

1. Consultation

The first step in the neuropathic claims process is to speak with one of our specialists. This helps us understand your unique situation and offer appropriate advice. We then outline the next steps that are specific to your case.

At Brian Barr Solicitors, we put the claimant first in all legal proceedings. Therefore, it is crucial for us to fully comprehend what has occurred and how it has impacted your life.

2. Collection of Evidence

After the consultation, we will assist you in gathering all necessary information and continue with documentation. This will involve obtaining incident reports, medical assessments, and witness statements.

Additionally, the specialists at Brian Barr will connect you with medical experts who can produce comprehensive medical records and document the impact of your neuropathic pain on your daily activities.

3. Establish Liability

Once we have collected all the necessary evidence, our focus will be on determining the duty of care that the third party owes to you, as well as the subsequent breach. We will carefully analyse all of the evidence provided and determine who is responsible for your neuropathic injury claim. This individual could be a medical professional, employer, or any other service provider.

4. Calculate the Neuropathic Pain Payout

We will then look at the general damages guidelines. We will investigate any evidence of financial loss and expenses caused by your neuropathic pain. This information will be taken into account when determining the payout for your Neuropathic Claim.

At Brian Barr, our goal is to ensure that the settlement amount reflects the pain and suffering you have experienced. We consistently achieve high payouts for our claimants.

5. Negotiations

Once we have calculated the payout, our team will work diligently to negotiate a settlement for neuropathic pain with the other party. In some cases, you may receive a counteroffer, and we will provide you with advice on whether to continue negotiations or take the claim to court.

Our specialists at Brian Barr have extensive experience dealing with neuropathic cases in court. Therefore, we can offer you expert advice and support. We don’t stop at a successful claim, we provide ongoing support and guide you towards counselling services and support groups.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It is important to consider several factors while making Neuropathic Pain Claims as there can be legal implications related to it. These factors include:


The successful claim requires a clear diagnosis of neuropathic pain. This can be done by demonstrating the symptoms such as severe pain, electrical-like sensations, numbness, tingling, or reduced use of the senses experienced by the individual.


Providing evidence that the neuropathic pain was caused by a specific injury, health condition, or medication is essential for a successful claim. This can be done by providing a medical history of diabetes, cancer, or exposure to toxins to prove the underlying cause.


It is important to demonstrate that the individual has undergone appropriate treatment for their neuropathic pain, like medication, physical therapy, or surgery, to support a claim.

Impact on your Daily Life

The claim can be strengthened by showing that the neuropathic pain has significantly affected the individual’s daily life, including their ability to work, engage in social activities, or perform routine tasks.

Expert Testimony

In complex or disputed cases, expert testimony from medical professionals may be necessary to support a claim about the causation or treatment of neuropathic pain.

It is crucial to consult with an experienced legal professional who handles neuropathic pain claims to gather all necessary evidence and present it effectively. At Brian Barr Solicitors, we  will help increase the chances of a successful claim and ensure that you receive the compensation you are entitled to.

It is important to note that there is a time limit for Neuropathic Pain Claims, similar to most personal injury claims. Generally, you must begin legal proceedings within three years of the original incident or from when the effects of the incident first appeared. However, the time limit for Neuropathic Pain compensation claims may not be as clear as other personal injury cases due to their unique nature.

To ensure the best outcome for your claim, it is recommended that you seek advice from our Neuropathic Pain Solicitors as soon as possible. By starting the claim process early, you may improve your chances of success.

Neuropathic pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including injuries, infections, health conditions, and genetic factors. Some common causes of neuropathic pain include:


Neuropathic pain, which is also known as nerve pain, can be caused by any injury that affects the nervous system. This type of injury could range from traumatic injuries sustained at work, nerve injuries resulting from medical negligence, or other physical injuries that damage the nerves.

Neuropathic pain can be caused by injuries to tissue, muscles, or joints. Moreover, injuries to the back, leg, or hip can lead to permanent nerve damage. If you have experienced any of these injuries due to someone else’s actions, you may be entitled to compensation. Our Neuropathic Pain Solicitors are available to assist you with your claim.


Neuropathic pain can be caused by infections such as Varicella-Zoster Virus. This virus can cause shingles which may result in post-herpetic neuralgia, a form of neuropathic pain.

Neuropathic pain may result from Lyme disease, which is transmitted by ticks. It can cause several neuropathic symptoms, which usually appear within a few weeks of infection.

Lastly, HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, can severely damage the central and peripheral nervous systems, resulting in neuropathic pain in some individuals.

Health Conditions and Genetics

Neuropathic pain can be caused by various health conditions, including Diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes can increase the risk of certain hereditary neuropathies that may lead to neuropathic pain.

Neuropathic pain can be a symptom or complication of several diseases and conditions, including but not limited to multiple sclerosis, multiple myeloma, and various types of cancer.

Genetic factors may contribute to neuropathic pain. Mutations in the SCN9A gene have been linked to genetic pain disorders. Studies have linked genetic abnormalities to hereditary neuropathies, indicating genetic variants’ association with neuropathic pain susceptibility.


Toxins and certain medications can cause neuropathic pain through various mechanisms. Chemotherapy drugs, in particular, can lead to toxic neuropathy, which is often associated with length-dependent, symmetric, sensory polyneuropathies and may also involve motor or autonomic symptoms.

The use of certain medications or illegal drugs can cause neuropathy and result in symptoms such as numbness, tingling, and burning pain in the peripheral nerves.

If you are experiencing neuropathic pain caused by medical negligence or incorrect prescription, we can assist you in pursuing compensation.

We often receive clients who have moved their Neuropathic Pain Claim from another firm to Brian Barr Solicitors. If you are currently pursuing compensation for Neuropathic Pain but are not using a specialist firm, there is a chance that your settlement may be undervalued. We understand the nature of Neuropathic Pain and the impact that it has on sufferers. We have the expertise to secure higher amounts of compensation for Neuropathic Pain.

Transferring your case to us is an easy and hassle-free process. You are not obligated to continue your case with your current firm if you find that your payout is lower than it should be. You are entitled to switch firms at any point in the legal process if you are unhappy with your current legal representation. You can contact us today to find out how to transfer your Neuropathic Pain Claim to a specialist firm.

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