GJEL has handled many CRPS injury cases throughout California. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome cases can be hard to prove due to the sometimes difficult diagnosis. GJEL Accident Attorneys has handled many CRPS cases with a 99.9% success rate. Our experience in these cases has allowed us to achieve strong results including large settlements for our clients.
Many times insurance companies refuse to properly compensate victims who have been diagnosed with CRPS and that’s when you need a good law firm with a strong success rate on your side.
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), as a result of an accident or injury caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.
Recent Settlements and Verdicts for CRPS Injuries
Below are just some of the recent results GJEL Accident Attorneys have achieved for CRPS related injuries:
$3.55 Million Dollar CRPS Lawsuit Verdict after a Work Injury
In this case, GJEL helped a store manager of a Home Depot after a work-related injury. A display was changed that caused it to be extremely dangerous and create a fall risk on the store sales floor. When the manager went to move the display it fell on him causing a CRPS injury. The insurance company did not take full responsibility and a lawsuit was filed. Before the trial they finally settled for $3.55 Million Dollars. You can read the full case summary here.
Reasons to hire a firm with CRPS Experience
Do you need to talk to an experienced CRPS attorney? Here is why you should contact GJEL if you think you might have a case as opposed to finding another personal injury lawyer.
- These cases are complex. CRPS is hard to prove and as an Award Winning Law Firm, GJEL has the experience necessary to help you succeed.
- We can get you what you deserve. Some attorneys will try to settle cases quickly and not maximize the case value. GJEL will work with you to maximize the value of your case.
- Holding wrongdoers responsible since 1972. As one of California’s highest-rated personal injury law firms, GJEL can hold the wrongdoers responsible for their role in causing your injury.
- Our Track Record. GJEL has maintained a 99.9% success rate throughout California
If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident with a CRPS injury contact GJEL today for a free case evaluation.
What is the average CRPS Settlement?
At GJEL Accident Attorneys, a California personal injury law firm, we understand that back and neck trauma from auto accidents is a common cause of CRPS. If you or a loved one has been affected by CRPS as a result of a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation. The average settlement value for CRPS in a personal injury lawsuit ranges from $10,000 to $30,000, depending on the extent of related injuries.
However at GJEL we have recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for CRPS victims. Let our experienced attorneys help you fight for the compensation you deserve.
Legal Options for Pursuing a CRPS Lawsuit Settlement
If you developed CRPS as a result of an accident or injury caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. This compensation can help cover medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses related to your condition. In order to pursue a CRPS lawsuit settlement, you will need to work with an experienced personal injury attorney who can help you navigate the legal system.
1. Gather Evidence
To build a strong case, your attorney will need to gather evidence to prove that your CRPS was caused by someone else’s negligence. This can include medical records, witness statements, and any other documentation related to your injury.
2. File a Lawsuit
Once your attorney has gathered the necessary evidence, they will file a lawsuit on your behalf. The lawsuit will outline your claim and demand compensation for your damages.
3. Negotiate a Settlement
In many cases, the defendant will offer a settlement to avoid going to trial. Your attorney will negotiate on your behalf to ensure that you receive fair compensation for your damages.
4. Go to Trial
If a settlement cannot be reached, your case will go to trial. Your attorney will represent you in court and present your case to a jury. The jury will then decide whether or not to award you compensation.