Joanna Bailey, Keeley Lengthorn, Katherine Hodge and Stuart Henry joined forces this weekend to attend the 5th Annual Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) conference in Bristol.
 
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome or CRPS is a debilitating condition which can arise after even the most innocuous of injuries or medical accidents. Among the array of symptoms, sufferers develops intense pain, swelling and cannot bear even the lightest of touches. It normally affects one of the limbs but can in some cases spread to other parts of the body. In the most severe cases it can result in amputation of limbs.
 
The charity Burning Nights was set up as a support for sufferers. The founder Victoria Abbott-Fleming is a CRPS sufferer herself and a bi-lateral amputee. MW are proud supporters of this fantastic charity and are also one of two leading firms on their legal panel.
 
Both Joanna Bailey and Kathreen Hodge took to the stage and spoke at the conference, not only to the plus 100 delegates at the conference itself, but this was also live streamed to thousands around the world. 

Personal Injury Claims for CRPS - Joanna Bailey

https://youtu.be/JQHJiZnafzk?t=14930

Employment Law and CRPS - Katherine Hodge

https://youtu.be/JQHJiZnafzk?t=15649

We Can Help

 

At MW Solicitors, Our Mission is "To make quality legal services accessible to everyone" including those suffering from CRPS which has developed following injury.

Instructing a specialist CRPS solicitor who properly understands the condition means our clients are supported throughout the legal process.   We provide expert support and guidance in what will be difficult and challenging times.  We work with organisations that can help support you, including the Burning Nights charity.  Based on our wealth of experience we will  seek to achieve a financial result that makes a real difference to your long-term security as we as providing the care and assistance you need.

If you would like to talk to us about your CRPS case, call us today on 020 3551 8500 or use our Contact Us page to arrange a callback.

 

Contact Us

Translate this page

enfrdeitptrues