Burning Nights CRPS Support is a UK national charity dedicated to raising awareness of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
2019-01-08
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Legal Panel

 

Burning Nights CRPS Support has established a small legal panel containing law firms who specialise in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) legal claims.

We’re pleased to be working with these law firms that we have carefully chosen, as they all specialise in personal injury, clinical negligence and legal cases where injuries have caused the onset of CRPS. Unfortunately there are very few law firms who have the knowledge and experience of dealing with CRPS legal claims however they have started.

Obviously we don’t want anyone in a position where a legal claim has arisen relating to their Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. However if anyone is in this position then we want to provide any Complex Regional Pain Syndrome patient with the best legal advice with law firms and solicitors who not only understand about this devastating chronic condition but who are experienced in dealing with CRPS legal claims.

 

We do suggest that you contact a number of these experienced solicitors and law firms for an initial consultation before selecting a firm. Not only is experience very important but also finding someone you trust, who understands and believes you and someone you can develop a good working relationship with. The local firm may not be the best option as CRPS legal claims are notoriously complex, difficult to handle and can take some years to finally settle.

 

* Please note that we receive an annual donation from each of the law firms on our CRPS legal panel. Any contact you have with any of the law firms on our legal panel is completely private and confidential between you and the firm.

 

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Sponsors & Supporters | Brian Barr solicitors | CRPS lawyers

BRIAN BARR SOLICITORS, Manchester

Brian Barr solicitors are based in Manchester, UK and deal predominantly with CRPS, fibromyalgia, chronic pain and critical illness legal claims. They also have a regular blog about fibromyalgia and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

CONTACT:

Mr Brian Barr (Solicitor)

Address: Grosvenor House, Agecroft Rd, Pendlebury, Manchester M27 8UW

Tel: 0161 737 9248

Email: info@brianbarr.co.uk

 

Please quote the reference “Burning Nights.” Or if in doubt please mention that you have got their details from Burning Nights CRPS  charity

 

Here’s a video testimonial of a CRPS patient who has used Brian Barr solicitors as their lawyer for their CRPS legal claim:

 

 

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Sponsors and Supporters | Cromptons Solicitors | CRPS law firms

 

 

CROMPTONS SOLICITORS, Bolton

Cromptons Solicitors are a law firm with over 16 years of experience who represent clients nationally. They have a highly regarded and well respected personal injury team independently recognised by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). They support their clients and their families to help get them the best possible medical care and rehabilitation as they understand that compensation is only one piece of the puzzle in helping to get their clients lives back on track.

The Director of Cromptons Solicitors has written a 2 part blog series on Personal Injury Claims for CRPS. Why not have a read to understand how the English & Welsh legal system works and the steps your Personal Injury legal claim for CRPS claims can go through – Part 1 and Part 2.

Please visit their website for further information.

Cromptons Solicitors have a separate section on their website specifically for CRPS cases.

Cromptons Solicitors provide free initial consultation to members of the public.

CONTACT:

Mr Altaf Patel (Solicitor)

Address: Churchgate House, 30 Churchgate, Bolton BL1 1HL

 

Tel: 01204 589009

Contact pageCONTACT CROMPTONS SOLICITORS

Reference: Please quote the reference “Burning Nights.” Or if in doubt please mention you have got their details from Burning Nights CRPS charity

 

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CRPS Sponsors & Supporters | BLB solicitors | CRPS law firms

 

 

 

BLB SOLICITORS, BATH

BLB is a firm of solicitors with various offices in the South West of UK. However in their Bath branch they have specialisms in various chronic pain condition cases such as CRPS, fibromyalgia and others. They also write an excellent chronic pain blog about various aspects of the conditions.

If you require legal assistance concerning your CRPS, chronic pain or fibromyalgia please visit BLB solicitors’ chronic pain website.

They also have lawyers in other areas of the law such as family, business, Wills & Trusts etc. For other areas of law other than Personal Injury and Medical Negligence, please visit their Main Website (non-chronic pain legal matters).

CONTACT:

Andrew Atkinson (Solicitor)

 

Tel: 01225 462871

Contact pageCONTACT BLB

Website (chronic pain): BLB Solicitors – chronic pain claims

Reference: Please quote the reference “Burning Nights.” Or if in doubt please mention you have got their details from Burning Nights CRPS charity

 

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QUESTIONS

If you are a CRPS patient or a family member and you have any questions about our legal panel, please contact the charity either by email or by phone OR if related to a possible claim please contact any of the above solicitors / law firms.

If you are a law firm specialising in CRPS legal claims and would like to join our CRPS legal panel, please contact our Chair, Victoria, either by email or by phone.

 

Written: 07/01/2019

Last Updated: 07/01/2019

LET’S SPREAD AWARENESS of CRPS! Burning Nights CRPS Support is a UK national charity dedicated to raising awareness of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

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