It is estimated that an average of 10% of adults in the Manchester and Lancashire areas suffer with Fibromyalgia. Some of these have just been unlucky to develop the illness where as others have had it bought on by a traumatic accident.
Fibromyalgia presents with a range of symptoms which affect different people in different ways. Some people find that the pain is at a low level where as others suffer much more severely. In fact the level of pain can even vary from day to day; it’s very unpredictable.
Other symptoms include a lack of energy, being unable to sleep and generally feeling like you don’t want to do anything – everything feels like it is just so much effort. Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition meaning that there is no ‘cure’ and it requires continuous management to alleviate the discomfort.
Fibromyalgia can develop as a result of an accident where your body has been through a severe trauma. When your body is jolted then it stands to reason that it could be painful, but if the pain and discomfort don’t seem to diminish over time then it could be that you have Fibromyalgia.
If you have been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault then you could be entitled to compensation. If you’re suffering with pain, have had to miss work or have expensive medical bills then why not look to claim compensation? If you are suffering with chronic pain and discomfort following a personal injury or accident then it could be that you are eligible to make a Fibromyalgia compensation claim.
The personal injury team at Farleys, established since 1958, have decades of experience and are specialists in complex cases including Fibromyalgia compensation claims.
Making A Fibromyalgia Compensation Claim
Contact Farleys today – we’re experts in Fibromyalgia compensation claims and we’ll be happy to use our knowledge and experience to help you in claiming compensation. We have decades of experience in accident compensation which means that whatever the circumstances we’ll be able to get you the maximum you deserve.
Call us now on 0845 050 1958 or email us to talk to a member of our Fibromyalgia specialist claims compensation team.