Suffering From Chronic Pain Due to an Auto Accident?

Cross Border Law wants to help.

Depending on the severity of the accident and the nature of the resulting injuries, an individual might suffer from chronic pain well after the actual injury has healed. Chronic pain can be debilitating and disruptive in nearly every aspect of a person’s life — personal and professional.

With offices in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Seattle, Washington, Cross Border Law is well-equipped to represent clients in Canada and the United States. No matter your residency or where the accident occurred, our legal team is prepared to provide exemplary client service throughout the legal process of monetary recovery. By working directly with the insurers, our goal is to reach a beneficial settlement in a quick, efficient manner. Through the history of our practice, we have gained a clear understanding of the intricacies of personal injury law in both countries.


Individuals suffering from chronic pain will likely notice an immediate diminishment of their quality of life. This pain can keep them up at night, make it difficult to concentrate or even make it impossible to sit for long periods at a desk or in a car. Whether the injury is to a limb or the back or results in nerve damage, a knowledgeable lawyer can provide the answers and legal assessment that you need. Depending on the type of accident and the resulting injuries, you might be entitled to recover monetary compensation for lost wages, medical treatment, property damage, and pain and suffering.

If you are suffering a chronic pain injury, schedule a free consultation at Cross Border Law by calling us or completing our online form.

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