If you have are suffering from Post-Traumatic Chronic Fibromyalgia due to an accident or injury in the last 3 years or it is associated with your past or present employment then contact LPS today.
LPS has dedicated solicitors that have helped thousands of people successfully claim Post Traumatic Fibromyalgia compensation. We aim to the maximum amount of compensation available for your claim using our no win, no fee claims process.
What is Post Traumatic Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia (FM or FMS) is a debilitating chronic muscular pain condition which leaves sufferers in near constant pain or discomfort. Pain can be felt all over the body, from the neck to lower back and knees.
What are the symptoms?
Common symptoms from fibromyalgia sufferers include:
- chronic fatigue
- mood swings
- bowel and bladder issues
- cognitive dysfunction
The condition may develop spontaneously (called Primary Fibromyalgia) or as a result of a physical trauma such as a road traffic accident (known as Post-Traumatic Fibromyalgia).
What does it affect?
Fibromyalgia is a type of chronic pain syndrome that causes diverse symptoms to affect different areas of the body, including:
- Bodily fatigue
- Poor quality of sleep
- Chronic muscular pain
- Jaw dysfunction
- Functional impotence
- Restless legs
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Anxiety/panic attacks
Types of Fibromyalgia
There are two types of Fibromyalgia depending on how it arises:
- Primary Fibromyalgia (this develops spontaneously)
- Post-traumatic Fibromyalgia (develops after trauma)
Although Fibromyalgia may arise through no fault of another party, it may develop when a person suffers physical trauma due to another party’s negligence, subsequent to which they develop Post-Traumatic Fibromyalgia.
What to do now?
If you have been diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Fibromyalgia, you may be able to claim compensation. Contact LPS we work on a no win, no fee basis so call our LPS Solicitors today on 0800 996 1807, text 4myclaim to 88802, chat to us online or complete our short form now.