Chronic Pain from Injury Lawyer Alberta
Were you involved in an accident, and are you experiencing chronic pain? Mayer Law can help.
If you’ve been in an accident that caused an injury that's never fully healed, you may be experiencing chronic pain. The symptoms of pain can take years to begin to present themselves, long after the injury was sustained. Re-aggravation of the same injury can cause symptoms to worsen, and the severity may cause disability and a hinderance to restoring your previous lifestyle.
If it’s been over 90 days from your accident and you are still experiencing pain, it is possible the soft tissues in your body have not healed. This may manifest in chronic pain that can last for the rest of your life. While it might seem overwhelming to make a claim for compensation, it is important to understand that this pain may cause a loss of mobility, loss of income, or cause mental stress for you for years to come.
Mayer Law has a successful track record of helping our clients overcome the barriers associated with making claims related to chronic pain. We have over 30 years of experience in assisting Albertans in understanding their medical records, those implications, and building cases to recover the financial compensation needed to cover medical, pain, and income loss expenses.
Contact Ms. Mayer today to explore your case. Our compassionate and caring team is standing by to help lighten the burden of your claim, and we’ll work fairly and firmly to represent you against defending insurance companies and counsel. We’ll handle everything on your behalf, and it starts with a free consultation to get to know you and your case. Contact us today to get started.
How to Get Started
Get started with Mayer Law through the step-by-step engagement process, which explores the client-representative fit, moves forward only through mutual engagement, and begins the work to recover compensation.
Step 1: Initial Consultation
The initial consultation stage is the first meeting with Norma from Mayer Law. We'll explore your case on a surface level, get to know you, and determine if your case, and our personal connection are a good fit.
Step 2: Mutual Decision to Engage
If our initial consultation presents an opportunity to recover compensation, and both parties agree there is a personal connection and fit, a formal engagement package will be presented and we will make a mutual decision to engage.
Step 3: Mayer Law Goes to Work
Collection of documents, research, and building a case for proceedings begins. This step is urgent and important in preserving evidence and building a complete case for recovering what is owed to you.