Chronic Pain Injuries

Chronic pain is often hard to diagnose. It does not necessarily show up on an X-ray or through other diagnostic testing. But chronic pain is very real and affects the lives of many injured people on a daily basis. At George & Wallach, L.L.P., we provide legal help for chronic pain sufferers. Chronic pain can afflict people who are receiving workers' compensation benefits and can lead to a need for Social Security Disability. If you are suffering from chronic pain as the result of a back injury, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, chronic pain syndrome or other work-related injury, you have many options.

Would you like to speak with an attorney about chronic pain issues related to a workers' compensation claim or Social Security Disability? Call George & Wallach, L.L.P., at 404-381-1920 or use our online contact form to arrange a free consultation. We have been helping injured workers and their families in Clayton County and elsewhere in Georgia for over 60 years.

How Does Chronic Pain Affect You?

At George & Wallach, L.L.P., we are dedicated to representing our clients. We are strong legal advocates, striving to obtain fair compensation on behalf of our client. In settlement negotiations, we carefully discuss with clients the advisability of settling. An improvement in your level of chronic pain does not necessarily mean the case is ready to settle. Our firm carefully considers the long-term prognosis, medical care, options for pain treatment, and psychological or psychiatric care. In addition to physical pain, chronic pain can result in depression. Our firm addresses all issues of chronic pain and how it affects injured workers physically, mentally and financially.

Contact a lawyer at George & Wallach, L.L.P., today if a back injury, neck injury, repetitive stress injury or other injury is causing chronic pain. We can discuss with you your legal options and help you through the process of filing a workers' compensation or Social Security Disability claim.