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Detecting Symptoms of Chronic Pain Syndrome After a West Virginia Car Crash

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Chronic pain syndrome is an intense feeling of pain that may last a lifetime. It usually occurs after you have been in a car accident but symptoms may not be visible or occur right at the scene. Symptoms of chronic pain syndrome often form over time as a result of an injury you or a loved one sustained, which can include injuries from a serious West Virginia car crash.

Some symptoms of chronic pain syndrome include:
 


  • headache;
  • back pain;
  • fatigue;
  • frequent illnesses (because of a weakened immune system);
  • mood changes (including irritability, fear and depression);
  • disability; and
  • sleeplessness.


If you or someone you know has been injured in a West Virginia car crash, you may feel symptoms of chronic pain syndrome right away or not for a couple months. The pain can be irritating and even debilitating. Plus, piling medical bills can be frustrating, especially if you were not at fault for your West Virginia car crash.

When you've had to deal unfairly with the consequences of your injuries and chronic pain syndrome, you'll want to contact a Bridgeport car crash attorney to learn more about your options to fight your case and collect compensation. 

Contacting a Bridgeport Car Crash Attorney

Unfortunately, car accidents are a regular occurrence on West Virginia roadways such as I-79, I-77, Route 50, Route 33, and I-68. In fact, our state averages over 40,000 car crashes, over 400 deaths, and over 11,000 serious injuries each year. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a West Virginia car accident, order a FREE copy of our consumer guide, The 7 Biggest Mistakes that Can Wreck Your West Virginia Car Accident Claim then contact the Bridgeport car crash attorneys at The Miley Legal Group for a FREE consultation - 304-326-1800.

1 Comments:
World is progressing in an incessant way in every field. The field of medicine is not lagging behind, too. Various medicinal inventions are making life simpler and smoother. Large numbers of pain killers are also available in the market which reliefs from pain. But, some of them have addictive properties, if misused. Two of such are heroin and oxycodone. A blog of Findrxonline indicates that Oxycodone is a narcotic pain reliever synthesized from thebaine. It is an opioid analgesic ways used for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. Oxycodone is an oral ways generally prescribed in low dosage because, high dosage may be addictive in many cases. Proviron is generally used to provide relief after intensive surgical procedure. Most popularly used for the treatment of chronic pain, it is also used for the treatment of neck pain, fibromyalgia, etc. The use of oxycodone also reduce the risk of osteoarthritis and used for the treatment of cancer.
Posted by Hugh Drew on June 22, 2011 at 12:11 PM

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