Find out more about Neuropathic Pain
- What is Neuropathic Pain Syndrome (Neuralgia)
- Types of Neuralgia
- What causes Neuropathic Pain (Neuralgia)?
- Neuropathic Pain Treatment
Learn Neuropathic Pain or Neuralgia is a complex, chronic condition caused by damage to nerves which affects the signals from those damaged nerves. Symptoms may include hypersensitivity to touch, severe pain, ‘pins and needles’ and electric shock sensations. It can be difficult to treat, as unlike other forms of pain, traditional painkillers will not necessarily help neuropathic pain.
Neuropathic pain can be debilitating and somebody developing the condition following an accident needs to be reassured that their solicitor fully understands their condition and has the necessary skill and experience to deal with the often complex legal and evidential issues involved in pursuing their claim.
If you or a member of your family have been diagnosed with neuropathic pain following an accident or injury and need specialist legal advice then why not call us to discuss whether we can help you. Our specialist chronic pain solicitors have helped hundreds of people to secure effective treatment and long term financial support.