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Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can come from a variety of sources. It can be related to a disability or an illness. Some types of chronic pain can come from an injury as a result of an accident. Chronic pain can start out with sporadic episodes that turn into more constant suffering.

Chronic pain can result from surgery, fibromyalgia and more. The problem with this disorder is that while it can drastically alter someone’s life sometimes the root cause can be hard to pinpoint.

Did you know that about 1 in 10 Canadians suffer from chronic pain?

Chronic pain can affect men or women and while it is most common in middle age individuals, it can affect people at any age. This disorder can affect your family life, your social life, and your work life. No one can "see" the pain you or your loved one is going through but they can see its devastating effects.

Chronic pain affects every aspect of your life. It can hinder those quality moments with family and friends. It can take a toll on your relationships. It can make attempting to work virtually impossible. Sufferers can often become depressed and withdrawn. When other people cannot see what you are going through it can be difficult for them to relate to you and understand.

At Deutschmann Law, we are here to help you whether you need to file a personal injury lawsuit or need to file a disability claim. We have experience on both sides of this issue and our team is highly skilled and ready to assist you.

With years of experience behind us we understand the often complex world of chronic pain. We will review your case thoroughly and help you determine the best course of action that is appropriate for you. Contact us today to set up your free consultation.

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