Chronic pain injuries can be debilitating, stressful, and difficult to manage. Moreover, the treatment of pain injuries can be financially devastating, with mounting medical bills and potential lost income. Pain injuries can result from back injuries, nerve damage, or repetitive stress injuries.
We appreciate the devastating effect that chronic pain can have on one’s quality of life, and we are committed to helping our clients recover in every possible way. For instance, we recently obtained a $9.85 million verdict on behalf of a medical student who had sustained an injury to a long thoracic nerve that required surgery. As a result of surgical malpractice, the plaintiff developed complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), required the implantation of a spinal code stimulator, and lost future earning potential as a physician. As a result of our dedicated legal representation and vast medical malpractice experience, we were able to obtain the highest net jury verdict for a CRPS case in Illinois.
At Cogan & Power, P.C., our Chicago pain injury attorneys understand the impact that chronic pain injuries can have on your health, well-being, and livelihood. If you suffer from pain injuries as a result of an accident or medical procedure, we can help you recover the compensation you need and deserve.
Pain injuries can occur in a variety of accidents, including:
Regardless of the specific cause of your chronic pain, however, if you were injured as a result of the negligence of another party, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of a personal injury or medical malpractice accident, please contact the Chicago personal injury law firm of Cogan & Power, P.C. at (312) 477-2500 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more about your legal rights and remedies.
Pain injuries and chronic pain disorders are often the result of personal injury accidents, such as auto accidents, construction accidents, and slip and falls. With almost 200 years of combined experience, Cogan & Power’s distinguished Chicago personal injury lawyers provide personalized service to the victims of personal injury accidents and their families. We pride ourselves on providing clients with exceptional legal advice and individual attention in an effort to get you the results that you deserve.
Pain injuries can be difficult to diagnose, and if a doctor or medical professional fails to diagnose a medical condition, treatment can be delayed causing exacerbated injuries. Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor, nurse, hospital, or other health care provider fails to provide the appropriate standard of medical care to a patient and the patient is injured or dies as a result.
Pain injuries are often caused or compounded by medical malpractice. Our skill and experience as top Chicago medical malpractice attorneys afford us the comprehensive legal and medical knowledge necessary to pursue pain injury claims and allow us to obtain substantial verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients.
Lawsuits involving pain injuries can be challenging. Insurance companies may be uncooperative and medical documentation may be limited. At Cogan & Power, our Chicago personal injury attorneys have the experience and skill necessary to handle complicated pain injury lawsuits. We are committed Chicago personal injury trial lawyers who advocate for the victims of personal injury accidents and medical malpractice. We are proud to have recovered more than $250 million in settlements and verdicts on behalf of people who have suffered injury or loss because of someone else’s negligence or misconduct.
If you or a loved one suffers from pain injuries as a result of a personal injury accident or medical malpractice, let us get you the help you need. Do not hesitate to contact our office at (312) 477-2500 to schedule a free consultation with one of our Chicago pain injury attorneys. If you cannot come to our offices in downtown Chicago, we will come to you. And because we take cases on a contingency basis, you will not pay any fee unless we get you compensation.