Lawyers For Nerve Damage Claims Through ICBC
Nerve damage is a chronic, long-term condition that can result from the trauma of a car accident. It sometimes takes the form of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), a specific type of chronic pain injury that affects an arm or leg. Early treatment is important for CRPS and other nerve damage injuries and conditions.
When you are under stress after a car accident, you should be focused on your recovery and not your injuries.
If you call Tell Del, we will talk to ICBC for you so you have an advocate who is completely on your side. ICBC adjusters work for ICBC, and often try to save ICBC money. This is why you should call Tell Del before ICBC.
In the case of nerve damage, it will take time for a treatment plan to come together. Although some people recover from nerve damage after months or years, for others, the pain never really goes away.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS): Guidance For Your ICBC Claim
CRPS is characterized by severe pain in an area of the body. Patients may also have such symptoms as hot or cold sensitivity, changes in skin colour or texture, joint stiffness, and decreased mobility, all or which may or may not resolve.
Our lawyers at Tell Del guide you through your ICBC injury claim. If you call Tell Del, and let us report your accident, you can focus on healing. You will benefit from an advocate who knows how to deal with ICBC, while getting you the care you need for recovery.
There is no charge to call Tell Del, and we can usually give you information right away over the phone. You do not pay us a fee until your claim settles.
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Get in touch with us right away so we can help you. Contact us. Call 604-689-2626 from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday or 604-TELL DEL (835-5335) after hours. Our office is in Vancouver, but we also help victims elsewhere in British Columbia.
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