Specialist Functional Neurological Disorder Solicitor
Bruce is a solicitor with over 25 years experience in personal injury litigation. He acts in a broad range of complex, high value cases, but has a particular interest in those involving chronic pain conditions including Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), Neuropathic Pain, Fibromyalgia and Somatatic Symptom Disorder. He has also achieved considerable success as a Functional Neurological Disorder solicitor.
Such claims require a forensic eye for detail as well as a thorough knowledge of the medical issues involved, particularly with regard to causation and treatment.
“You were always available for me and I genuinely felt I was your only client.” FB, May 2017
Clients always praise Bruce’s approachability and the care and concern he shows them. As most of our clients begin their claims with other law firms, when they first pick up the telephone to contact BLB, their confidence in lawyers is often at a low point.
What Bruce finds particularly satisfying in such cases is having the opportunity to turn claims around when people have been let down, often badly, by their former representatives. This inevitably involves a significant amount of work to ensure that the evidence accurately reflects the true consequences for the client. These are often devastating and life changing.
Bruce says, “Anyone who has lost faith in their lawyer is bound to approach us with at least a degree of scepticism and so it is important for us to earn that persons’s trust and confidence. We really can make a substantial difference to a claim, both in terms of financial value and quality of service.”
BLB Chronic Pain Solicitors
BLB are the leading solicitors for accident victims suffering CRPS, Fibromyalgia, Neuropathic Pain, Myofascial Pain and other chronic pain conditions – get in touch with BLB Chronic Pain Solicitors to find out more.
“The wonderful Bruce Dyer acted for me. He was a total contrast to the last firm of solicitors who I felt were fighting against me instead of for me.” PH, January 2018