Karl Pott was on his way to visit the Blade Motorcycle showroom on his motorbike when another motorcycle collided with him. Louise Hart, a Partner in our Personal Injury team, shares Karl’s story to…
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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) was first diagnosed in 1864 in relation to casualties of the American Civil War. It is a poorly understood condition where a person experiences persistent, severe and debilitating pain….
At RWK Goodman we strive to build a team around our clients with the aim of returning their life to its pre-accident position in so far as that is possible. This involves a collaborative…
Today is Colour the World Orange Day, an international event raising awareness of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Like anything happening this year, it’s going to be a bit different, but here we hope to show that support is still available.
NICE has recently issued guidance for health professionals to stop prescribing pain medication for people suffering with chronic pain, due to the potential problems common drugs may cause. Unfortunately, according to Louise Hart, they’re suggesting a blanket change for a complex issue.
Louise Hart and our specialist Personal Injury team helped a young motorcyclist secure significant compensation after his left foot was crushed in a collision with a car.
RWK Goodman are marking Colour The World Orange Day with a donation to leading national Complex Regional Pain Syndrome charity, CRPS UK.
Louise Hart, partner in our Personal Injury team and expert in limb loss claims, takes a look at a couple of inspiring organisations making prosthetics easier to access for kids who live with limb loss across the world.
Recent news that a man may regain the full use of his hand after severing most of it in an accident demonstrates how amazing modern medicine can be, but what happens when fingers can’t be re-attached?
After Caroline’s (we have changed our client’s name to protect her confidentiality) life was changed by a car accident which caused her to develop CRPS, our team helped her to get the rehabilitation she…
Many people who experience CRPS might think their only way to relieve the pain once and for all is to remove the affected limb (or limbs). Is this the right course of action though? Louise Hart, specialist CRPS solicitor, helps you to understand the current thinking from both a practitioners’ and patients’ perspective.
November is a big month for CRPS. At the beginning of the month it was Colour the World Orange day, an annual event where people all over the world dress in orange to try and help raise awareness of CRPS. This week is even bigger, with two events in London taking place. Our CRPS specialist, Louise Hart, is attending one of the events to help raise awareness of this condition herself.