Peter Bayliss is a dedicated crps solicitor. He has a special interest in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (crps), and in all types of Chronic Pain litigation. He has become a leading expert in this area over a number of years. He appreciates the devastating effect that crps can have upon the sufferer. Peter’s expertise and support ensures that his clients receive the best representation available.
Peter fully understands the needs of his clients. He provides a very personal service and is available to give advice and assistance 7 days a week. He can be contacted in the evenings or at weekends as and when convenient. CRPS is no respecter of time. He deals with all types of claims including medical and clinical negligence.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome – known as CRPS – is an extremely painful and debilitating condition. It can have a devastating effect upon the sufferer. Unfortunately, crps is still not very well understood. In very simple terms, it usually arises when the body’s nervous system over reacts to an event or injury. Very often the trigger event can be very minor. It is not really known why crps can affect some people but not others.
One of the keys to treating Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is early intervention and treatment. Having the right medical and legal team in place can make a vast difference to the outcome.
Very few solicitors will have heard of crps and even less will deal with it on a daily basis. It is extremely important to obtain expert advice and representation as soon as possible. CRPS thrives on delay and inadequate care. Choosing the right solicitor is essential. Many of Peter’ clients already had a solicitor in place when they came to him for help, but they were unhappy with the advice and support they had been receiving from their previous solicitor.
It is very easy to change solicitors. Peter and his team will take care of all of the formalities on your behalf to ensure a smooth and prompt transfer. You needn’t worry about your previous solicitor’s legal fees to date. They will be paid upon the final conclusion of your compensation claim in the usual way. Contrary to popular belief, changing solicitors part way through a legal case is very easy and fairly common.
Helping people with CRPS is not just about having the necessary legal expertise. It is also about understanding the dramatic effect that Complex Regional Pain Syndrome & Chronic Pain conditions can have upon people’s lives. This often includes financial worries through not being able to work or pay the bills; having to find extra money to pay for certain treatments & prescriptions: travelling to medical appointments and other expenses; and being able to use the legal system to the full in order to secure the best possible outcome. Peter has helped very many sufferers of CRPS and Chronic Pain.