We are the leading solicitors in England and Wales for accident victims suffering Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), Fibromyalgia, Neuropathic Pain, Myofascial Pain and other chronic pain conditions. Not all personal injuries result in life changing chronic pain, but if you or a member of your family have the misfortune to be in this position, you need a specialist solicitor.
BLB are different to other personal injury solicitors. We are a small team of senior, highly specialist solicitors and to maintain our exceptional standards, we strictly limit the number of clients we represent. By concentrating on the cases where we can make the most difference, we can maintain our focus on the short and long term financial security, treatment and rehabilitation needs of our clients.
Chronic pain can affect every aspect of a person’s life. Over the years we have formed close working relationships with many of the country’s leading medical experts in chronic pain and have helped many of our clients back to health or long term management of their condition. We know that specialist treatment makes a substantial difference to our clients’ life experience and the pain that they deal with every day. We fight for this long term perspective, and don’t settle in the short term because it’s easy. Put simply, we understand chronic pain.
Many of our clients have transferred their claims to us from other law firms, who were letting them down, often badly. Our case studies and testimonials demonstrate the difference that a specialist solicitor can make; for many it is the first time that they feel their condition is properly understood and that they can move forward with their life.
Whether or not your personal injury has resulted in chronic pain, we offer a highly specialist service, genuinely tailor-made for each client. The level of expertise and service that we offer is hard to find anywhere else. Speak directly to one of our solicitors in complete confidence to find out if our service is right for you. There will be no pressure to instruct us as we firmly believe that you must have total confidence in us before you instruct us. However, when they speak to us, people tell us that they notice an immediate difference.
We have spent many years helping people suffering with a variety of conditions.
As a result, we have developed excellent working relationships with many of the country's leading medical experts in chronic pain.
Many of our clients have transferred their claims to us from other law firms, who were letting them down, often badly.
Find out what our clients say about us and read some our success stories.
After 5 years, my pompous and patronising former Solicitors tried to persuade me to take an inferior offer. I contacted Richard Lowes and he gladly took on my case. He has been brilliant. A really friendly guy who kept me well informed and settled my claim quickly and smoothly. He made the whole process a lot less stressful for me and due to his hard work and professionalism, my claim settled for almost twice the amount that my former solicitors…
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People of all ages suffering chronic pain report problems with poor memory, although for younger and middle aged people this is commonly a result of fatigue and/or a side effect of their medication, as opposed to evidence of an underlying cognitive problem. Indeed, in relation to opioids, research has shown that cognitive side effects including poor […]
The UK tabloid press is currently in a feeding frenzy over the story that Anthony McPartlin, one half of TV presenting duo Ant and Dec, has entered rehab, partly as a result of an alleged addiction to Tramadol, a semi-synthetic opioid. Tramadol is a staple in the painkilling armoury of many people suffering chronic pain. […]