Fibromyalgia (FM or FMS) is characterised by chronic muscular pain, unrefreshing sleep and fatigue, as well as a host of other symptoms.
The condition may develop spontaneously (called Primary Fibromyalgia) or as a result of a physical trauma such as a road traffic accident (known as Post-Traumatic Fibromyalgia).
“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), June 2018
Fibromyalgia can be debilitating and somebody developing the condition following an accident needs the reassurance 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.
We are the leading solicitors in England and Wales representing accident victims suffering from Fibromyalgia and other chronic pain conditions. As such we help people to find the best possible treatment for their condition and to have the financial security that they need and deserve.
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If you have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia or suspect that you may be suffering from it following an accident or injury, of if your current solicitor is letting you down with their lack of understanding of your condition, why not speak in complete confidence to one of our specialist Fibromyalgia Solicitors? It won’t cost you anything and you really do have everything to gain. Call us on 01225 462871 or complete the contact form at the foot of this page.
“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), October 2018