Chronic Pain

When involved in a car accident, the impact of the collision may cause chronic pain to arise throughout the victim’s body. Being at risk of chronic pain is at an increase when an individual has pre-existing physical medical conditions. After being involved in a car accident, symptoms that could arise as a result of chronic pain include, but are not limited to:

  • Persistent pain
  • Back pain
  • Joint pain
  • Mouth and facial pain
  • Anxiety
  • Fatigue
  • Sleep deprivation

With chronic pain, it is difficult to manage and carry on a normal life. People’s life may be impacted drastically as low moods are commonly seen amongst victims living with chronic pain. Further, living with such a condition could mean having to consume many prescription medications. If you are having chronic pain, seek pain relief from your family doctor through physiotherapy, massage therapy, or even by simply exercising daily to stay active.

Often, individuals suffering from chronic pain have a disadvantage with the insurance company, as they are typically questioned on their credibility. The reason behind this is that chronic pain cannot always be revealed through diagnostic imaging. However, this does not mean chronic pain condition does not exist.

If you are a victim suffering from chronic pain as a result of a personal injury or accident, you can call Azimi Law today for a free consultation!

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