Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, also called RSD or CRPS, is often viewed as an elusive disease. In many cases, individuals do not know they have RSD or CRPS because it seems to be unrelated to the trauma directly received in an accident. In many cases, the cause is traced to a surgical procedure that was designed to correct an injury from an accident.

Due to being notoriously difficult to diagnose, its multiple stages and varied symptoms, all of which can wax and wane, victims of CRPS are often labeled as malingerers and fakers, or simply crazy, purely out of ignorance or misdiagnosis. It is essential that you retain an experienced attorney who will listen carefully to your concerns and goals and help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

Experienced Legal Representation For Victims Of CRPS From Accident Injuries

"I know that RSD/CRPS is not only one of the most incapacitating conditions that can result from an accident, but it is also one of the most misunderstood — both by the legal profession and even by medical providers who do not specialize in treatment of CRPS. I have litigated CRPS cases, and having done so, I don't know how any attorney could possibly understand what you are going through unless he has a clear understanding of this horrible disease." — Attorney Gregory P. DiLeo

At the Law Offices of Gregory P. DiLeo, APLC, our Louisiana lawyers are prepared to investigate your symptoms and give you access to medical professionals who fully understand this complex disease. We understand how confusing and frustrating this must be for you and we are determined to give you access to the best results possible, regardless of how complicated your situation may seem.

"I consider it my job to educate my opponent and the insurer, and if the case does not settle, the court and the jury, through experts in the field, so that this often overlooked condition does not go uncompensated." — Attorney Gregory P. DiLeo

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