5 02, 2018

CRPS & The Legal System

By |2019-08-04T11:49:10+00:00February 5th, 2018|Blog, CRPS & The Legal System|0 Comments

Not so many years ago, the compensation system in England and Wales didn’t really recognise CRPS as being an injury in its own right. There was even some scepticism about whether it really existed as a physical, or organic, condition. Many professionals – both legal and medical – thought that it was a psychological [...]

27 06, 2017

CRPS After Surgery: Judges vs. Doctors

By |2019-08-04T11:49:06+00:00June 27th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

The judges are on a roll. After the ground breaking Montgomery case a couple of years ago, we have seen even more cases where the courts have upheld patients’ rights. At last, the law is sticking up for the individual. The days of doctors being over-protected are well and truly over. In the last [...]

12 06, 2017

Compensation Culture or Repairing Wrongs?

By |2019-08-04T11:49:20+00:00June 12th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Much is said in the press about a so-called compensation culture. It is claimed by some of the press and media that people claim compensation for all sorts of trivial things. There might some truth in this on some occasions, but the people writing these sorts of headlines can’t have heard of CRPS. Would [...]