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- Fibromyalgia solicitors UK
- Fibromyalgia accident claim
- What are the symptoms of fibromyalgia?
- What causes fibromyalgia?
- Fibromyalgia after car crash
- Is fibromyalgia real?
- How is fibromyalgia diagnosed?
- Fibromyalgia treatment
- Fibromyalgia diet
Fibromyalgia solicitors UK
We are leading lawyers for fibromyalgia compensation claims. We have a proven track record of securing our clients the very best treatment and the compensation they need to protect them and their families for the future. So if you need a specialist fibromyalgia lawyer to represent you, please call us today to see how we can help you.
Call us now on 01225 462871.
- The call will be free.
- You will speak directly to one of our highly specialist solicitors.
- You will not be hurried – we want to fully understand your claim.
- You will not be put under any pressure to instruct us. We want you to be entirely happy and comfortable with us before you decide to instruct us.
- Should you decide to instruct us, to ensure continuity, you will be represented by the solicitor you have already spoken to.
If we are instructed, in most cases we can act on a No Win/No Fee basis.
Fibromyalgia accident claim
While it may seem unusual these days, we are fibromyalgia compensation lawyers who like to meet our clients! But we understand that if you are seeking a settlement for fibromyalgia, you may not be as mobile as you once were. So, if travelling to see us about your fibromyalgia accident claim is difficult, we may be able to see you at home or at another location more convenient for you.
“My doctor diagnosed fibromyalgia after my road accident but my last solicitors really didn’t take me seriously. I eventually contacted BLB and Bruce Dyer looked after me. Bruce really understands fibromyalgia and got the top specialists on board. It was a fight but we won. I will always recommend Bruce and BLB.” AK (£375,000 recovered)
What are the symptoms of fibromyalgia?
As fibromyalgia solicitors, we have a great deal of experience helping clients suffering from this condition. Typically, as a fibromyalgia sufferer, you will experience a range of symptoms, but it is likely that the most debilitating of those is widespread pain throughout your body.
What causes fibromyalgia?
Whilst the precise cause of the symptoms of fibromyalgia and other conditions arising from central sensitisation remains unknown, they are frequently triggered by a stressful or traumatic event such as a physical injury (eg a whiplash injury or a fall).
“Thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything you’ve done for me. Time and time again during this process you proved you understood what I was going through and really kept me going. It’ll be strange now not speaking to you regularly. You are so reassuring and always filled me with confidence that we’d succeed. And we did! Thank you again.” MB (£325,000 recovered)
Fibromyalgia after car crash
A common scenario we encounter is people who develop fibromyalgia after a car crash. In fact, for reasons which are not entirely understood, the trauma of a road traffic collision is a leading cause of fibromyalgia. If you are seeking compensation for fibromyalgia after a car accident, contact us today.
Is fibromyalgia real?
This may seem a very odd question to ask, but for many years there was a significant body of medical opinion that questioned the existence of fibromyalgia and sufferers would frequently encounter scepticism and suggestions that their perceived symptoms were ‘all in the mind’.
“You proved to me in our first telephone call that you understand fibromyalgia. Your confidence won me over and I’m so pleased it did!” GT (£285,000 recovered)
How is fibromyalgia diagnosed?
It is commonly accepted that fibromyalgia can be difficult to diagnose. This is one of the reasons why it is not known how many people are affected by the condition, although it has been estimated that around 5% of the population may be affected to varying degrees.
“Andrew, I feel so lucky to have found you. What a difference you made! Let’s face it, with [previous solicitors] the claim was heading for the rocks. Thank you so much.” TR (£265,000 recovered)
Fibromyalgia is currently not a curable condition and treatment does not involve a single approach. Rather, though trial and error, working with their consultant and/or GP, most people will find a combination of therapies which provide them with optimum relief of their symptoms. These therapies include:
“A huge thank you Bruce for your persistence and optimism. Without them, I think I would have given up.” JT (£426,500 recovered)
Some experts suggest that diet be employed as a tool to help control the symptoms of fibromyalgia. Common recommendations include loading up on vitamin D rich foods such as oily fish, milk, breakfast cereals such as oatmeal and mushrooms.
Fibromyalgia compensation case studies
For nearly twenty years we have been helping people with fibromyalgia and other forms of chronic pain. See our fibromyalgia compensation case studies.