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Chronic Pain patients are being sued for malpractice and/or defective products by the Chronic Pain Patients’ Class Action Lawsuit, which is comprised of thousands of individuals who have suffered injury or illness from inadequate pain management, surgical errors, drug errors, etc. In fact, many of these lawsuits have been pending in the courts for many years now. The National Association of Attorneys General has sued hospitals, doctors, and nursing homes for their safety failures that allowed this to happen. Many people feel let down by not getting the justice they deserve when it comes to these lawsuits.

Chronic Pain patients have been unable to eat, sleep, interact with family or friends, work, etc., because of the pain they feel.

This can be caused by a variety of things including; carpel tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, phantom limb syndrome, and myasthenia gravis. This can be a debilitating condition for many. Many times, the pain is so bad that they are not able to work.

This lawsuit against these institutions has led to massive amounts of money being lost.

Out of all of this, many people have lost jobs, been demoted or even had their pay cut; and many more problems have arisen due to the loss of income. These people are all desperately seeking lawsuit funding in order to be able to live their lives normally again. Some of the people who have lost their jobs have been able to replace them with workers’ compensation; but, for others, the money just does not seem to grow on trees.

Unfortunately, as stated before, many people have lost everything because they have been unable to work. They have lost spouses, children, home, and even; mortgages, loans, credit cards, and the means to make ends meet. So, now many of them are living on the government benefits that are provided to people in need. One of the most pressing problems that they are facing is finding a way to pay for all of their bills.

It is important to understand how class action lawsuits work; if you or someone you know is going through this type of situation, you may qualify for compensation.

There is a simple process to filing a class action lawsuit; you must begin by filing a complaint against your medical facility or doctor. If you choose to do this, you will need a copy of your medical records, and your doctor’s list of drugs that he or she prescribe to you. You must also provide copies of your prescriptions to the facility and to the insurance company, if applicable.

After you have filed your complaint, you must wait until your case is heard by the judge. At this point, it is very important that you obtain a lawyer that specializes in cases such as yours. Many of these lawyers will actually travel to your city in order to listen to your case and determine whether or not it will hold up in court. Once it has been decided whether or not the lawsuit can proceed, you will then be able to begin to organize a case for chronic pain patients.

Most doctors’ offices are hesitant to settle out of court, so it is not uncommon for chronic pain patients to be put on trial.

This can be extremely frightening for the patients involved, especially if they do not have the means to afford a private attorney. You may find it beneficial to bring other patients who have gone through what you are going through to give testimony about what happened while they were taking the medications prescribed to them. It is imperative that you have legal representation at all times in order to get a fair trial and to have your case resolved the right way.

Class action lawsuits are not the only way that you will be able to get compensation for your chronic pain patients.

Many individuals have actually been able to win their lawsuits when they were wrongfully accused of having chronic pain. The best way to get this information is by talking to someone at the American Association of Pain Management Specialists. This organization can offer you information about many different issues that you should know about when it comes to filing a lawsuit for compensation.

3 thoughts on “Class Action Lawsuits For Chronic Pain Patients”
  1. THE HORRIFIC INCIDENTS I HAVE EXPERIENCED WITHIN THE PAST 10+ YEARS HAVE BEEN REPETITIVE AND INCLUDE ADVERSE REACTIONS FROM FAULTY GENERICS AND 3 LIFE-THREATENING INCIDENTS. I HAVE A VERY RARE NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER CHARACTERIZED BY SUSTAINED MUSCLE SPASMS, WHICH PULL MY HEAD, NECK, AND CERVICAL SPINE INTO FIXED CONTORTED POSITIONS. FOLLOWING MY 37-YEAR CAREER, THE LEVEL OF DEBILITATING PAIN NECESSITATED MY APPLICATION FOR SSDI PRIOR TO BEING DIAGNOSED. CONTRARY TO MY PROGNOSIS, WHICH ALLOWED FOR THE CONTINUATION OF A PRODUCTIVE LIFE, SELF-PRESERVATION BECAME ALL-CONSUMING. ESSENTIAL CARE WAS ALSO DENIED BY MULTIPLE INSURANCE COMPANIES. THE ATYPICAL SEVERITY OF CONTORTIONS HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN NATION-WIDE PERIODICALS, AND VIDEO-TAPED AS A CASE STUDY BY NY PRESBYTERIAN NEUROLOGIC INSTITUTE. I WAS POSTER PERSON FOR A NATION-WIDE ORGANIZATION AS WELL. MOST RECENT, STONY BROOK HOSPITAL’S EMERGENCY ROOM AUTOMATICALLY WITHHELD ALL MEDICATIONS. WITHOUT KNOWLEDGE OF MY DISORDER,I WAS CLASSIFIED AS A DRUG ADDICT. MY CHIN IS PULLED DOWN TO MY CHEST, AND MY VERTEBRAE ARE ABUTTING MY SPINAL CORD. NY POLICY DENIES COVERAGE FOR MY LIFE-SUSTAINING DURABLE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT. I WOULD APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO DISCLOSE FURTHER INFORMATION AND SEND PUBLISHED MATERIALS. DURING THE PAST 11 MONTHS I HAVE BEEN HARASSED BY THE DRUG ADDICT WHO LIVES ABOVE ME. HE IS FRAUDULENTLY RECEIVING SSDI AND HUD, LIKELY AT A HIGHER RATIO THAN MY 37 YEARS OF EMPLOYMENT. I WISH TO JOIN THE CLASS ACTION FOR PUBLIC RESPONSIBILITY. FINANCIAL COMPENSATION WILL PROBABLY BE REACHED WHEN IT’S TOO LATE; JUST LIKE THE SSA DETERMINATION.

  2. Barbara:
    I’m truly sorry for the seemingly endless roadblocks encountered by someone such as yourself. There is NO JUSTIFICATION in any of this B.S.
    Nevertheless, if I were you, I’d do whatever I could do to have the scam artist, drug addict living above you thoroughly investigated by SSDI and HUD. Primarily because such miscreants only make it much more difficult for people truly deserving such government assistance.
    Best of luck in your future endeavors.

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